The Problem Of Evil In The Philosophic Community

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The problem of evil is a highly contested argument in the Philosophic community. It has been a point of contention between atheists - people whom do not believe in the existence of a God - and theists - people whom do believe in the existence of a God. The formalised version of the problem is that: If God exists then he must be the all-knowing – omniscient, all-caring – omnibenevolent – and all-powerful – omnipotent – creator of the world. But, because of all of the evil – anything that causes death and/or destruction and/or devastation – in the world then how can God be all of these things? And thus there is no being that is all of these things, thus there is no God. There are three main objections to this problem: that God’s methods are
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