The solution provides a general reflection and personal reactions to the various focuses.
The Problem of Evil "Vanity of vanities," says the Preacher. "Vanity of vanities! All is vanity...." I have seen all the works which have been done under the sun, and behold, all is vanity and striving after wind. What is crooked cannot be straightened, and what is lacking cannot be counted. (Ecclesiastes 1:2, 14-15)© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com September 24, 2018, 3:50 pm ad1c9bdddf - https://brainmass.com/education/school-counseling/chapter-analysis-and-summary-of-religion-morality-and-evil-295659
Since there are no instructions regarding formatting protocol in this posting, I will asume that it is simply an essay, and that you are not required to follow a formatting protocol such as APA, or MLA, and you are to review the material attached, which requires no further, outside reference citations.
To summarize the reading material, I suggest that you consider each chapter seperately. Be sure to address material and ideas that appear in the chapter subheadings in your summary response, plus, pull out any specific information in the reading which especially attracted your attention. For example, your response to chapter 7 might read:
Chapter 7 addresses the concept of evil, which obviously is the opposite of good. The discussion explores the explanations that cultures and religions have devised to rationalize (explain) the bad things - both those things which happen naturally, such as floods and earthquakes, and those deliberate ugly things that people do on purpose, such as adultery, torture, murder and the like. There is considerable ...
Analysis and summary of Religion textbook chapters on evil and morality.