Necessary Evil: Origins and Purpose by Hans-Werner Schroeder
Necessary Evil: Origins and Purpose by Hans-Werner Schroeder
Necessary Evil: Origins and Purpose by Hans-Werner Schroeder
Necessary Evil: Origins and Purpose by Hans-Werner Schroeder
Necessary Evil: Origins and Purpose by Hans-Werner Schroeder
Necessary Evil: Origins and Purpose by Hans-Werner Schroeder
Necessary Evil: Origins and Purpose by Hans-Werner Schroeder

Necessary Evil: Origin and Purpose by Hans-Werner Schroeder

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Necessary Evil: Origin and Purpose
Author: Hans-Werner Schroeder
Format: Paperback
Pages: 215
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Why is there suffering, sickness and death? Why is no corner of human life and society immune from egotism, fear, tyranny, betrayal and guilt? What was God thinking when he allowed evil to come into existence?

Drawing on the worldview of Rudolf Steiner, the author explains that the roots of evil lie with angelic beings. Schroeder discusses evil's prehistory in heaven and shows how the polarity of two kinds of evil, with good as a balance between them, manifests itself in earthly history, and in the areas of education, work, human relationships, sexuality, religion and technology.

With the increased influence of evil in today's world, Schroeder considers how prayer, meditation and angelic guidance through reincarnation give us the possibility to overcome evil in all its forms.

Hans-Werner Schroeder (1931-2016), was a priest of the Christian Community. He taught at the seminary in Stuttgart and was the author of The Cosmic Christ, Necessary Evil, The Trinity, and The Healing Power of Prayer.

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