Dr. Aleksandar S. Santrac completed his B.A. at Belgrade Theological Seminary and M.A. in Religion (emphasis in Systematic Theology and Philosophy) at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan. His doctorate in philosophy of postmodernism was completed at Belgrade University, Department of Philosophy. He is currently academic Dean and Professor of Philosophy and Systematic Theology at Belgrade Theological Seminary. As Professor of Philosophy, a Minister of Seventh-day Adventist Church and Editor of Christian Journal Signs of Times (in Serbian), through public lectures and writing, he also strives to develop an active dialogue between Postmodernism and Christianity.
2005 0-7734-6057-8 Jean Baudrillard is one of the outstanding representatives both of French poststructuralism and postmodernism. Because of radical criticism it was not possible for him to establish a logically coherent theoretical system; the philosophical aspects of his work are specifically merged, therefore, into a critical asystematic fragmentarism, which is the subject of this work.
2008 0-7734-5129-3 This work is an attempt to solve incompatibility between horrendous evil and the God of love. The case study which is criticized and analyzed is Alvin Plantinga’s free will defense. Putting too much value on freedom, Plantinga obviously did not recognize the importance of the extreme phenomenon of individual horrendous sufferings and possibility of God’s love for this particular person.