St.Augustine on the Existence of Evil in a World Created by a Perfect and Loving God
Augustine is unsuccessful in solving the problem of defining evil by using the idea of free will and unchangeable intermediate and inferior goods to argue that everything God Created is good and human beings alone are the cause of sin and evil. To understand Augustine's argument for the existence of evil in a world created by a perfect God of only good things I will briefly examine Augustine's reasoning for belief in God for which no clear evidence can be given. I will then go on to critique Augustine's argument for the existence of evil in a world created by a perfect God.
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