Mccloskey's Argument Analysis

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According to McCloskey, the fact that the world is filled with moralistic evil acts and avoidable sufferings that result in the destruction of innocent people is a prima facie case for the non-existence of a Perfect God. J.L. Mackie (2009) reaffirms this premise and makes an additional claim that is a logical approach to the problem of evil. He declares that if God exist then evil does not exist, and this statement is contradictory to logic. While there are some considerations for the concepts of the lesser evil or the greater good, the burden of proof is with the atheists rather than the theist that defends the premise that a Divine God can allow evil. In addition to the concept that atheists have the burden to disprove the existence of
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