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The Evidental Problem of Evil
The Evidential Problem of Evil
While most agree that belief in a good and powerful God is rationally possible, nonetheless many contend that the existence of such a God is improbable due to the nature of the evil which we see in the world about us. They conclude that if such a God existed it is highly unlikely that He would allow the amount and intensity of evil which we see in our world. Evil which frequently seems to be of such a purposeless nature.
This charge is not to be taken lightly, for evidence abounds in our world of evil of such a horrendous nature that it is difficult at times…
- The Evidental Problem of Evil
- The Problem of Evil
- The Problem with religion and morals. Speaks of St.Anselm, Thomas Aquinas and St.Augustine
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