Against Augustine on Evil

When it come to evil, did our greatest theologian get it right?

Another look at the idea that evil has no being in itself - it’s just the absence of good. This is a classic solution to the problem and theology of evil, but can we validly conclude that, for example, a Nazi death-camp was just a place with a lot of goodness missing? Does Augustine really do justice to the ‘sinfulness’ of evil?

Podcast here.