Paul W. Meier received his Masters of Divinity degree from Vanderbilt Divinity School and Masters of Sacred Theology degree from Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary. He has served ten years in parish ministry. He’s on the board of directors for Trinity/HOPE, an organization that feeds children in Haiti (www.trinityhope.org). He also serves as the chairperson in his synod for the ELCA Malaria Campaign in an effort to eradicate Africa of malaria.
All the spiritual traditions of the world have suggested the appropriate response to evil is with goodness or love, but few people have adopted or promoted goodness as their chosen method of response.
The author redefines evil,explains how goodness helps to overcome evil, and gives examples that a person can use to become an agent for change in the world.