Consider the following incident reported by the anthropologist…

Consider the following incident reported by the anthropologist…

Consider the following incident reported by the anthropologist…

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Reichard in a discussion of Navaho statements about the end of their world (their culture and way of life):
The chanter . . . believed that a people different from the Navaho would succeed them. He thought that the whites were the successors and for this reason was not only willing to teach them the fundamentals of Navaho belief but also deeply concerned that they should learn accurately. (Gladys Reichard, Navaho Religion [Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona, 1983], p. 25).  In the context of a catastrophe (the military defeat of Native Americans by white settlers, the restriction of tribal life to reservations, etc.), how does this statement constitute a response to the problem of evil? Is it similar to any of the classic responses discussed in this chapter, or does it suggest another pattern? (Minimum 1 page, double spaced, 12 font, New Times Roman with cover page)

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