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Problem of Evil

If there is no God there is no problem of evil No one will know what evil is
The Logical Problem of Evil (1) If God existed he would have created a perfect world (2) There are many imperfections in this world (3) Thus, God does not exist
The Evidentiary problem of evil The Imperfect World
A defense God and evil are compatible and logically acceptable
a theodicy We are too small to understand the ways of God, including why evil is allowed
The Five Explanations for the Problem of Evil 1.) Pain as Necessary 2.) Evil as necessary to appreciate the good 3.) Evil as punishment for wrong doing 4.) Evil as the result of human free will 5.) Evil helps to develop the moral character
Tolkien's view of Evil (1) God is good (2) God created everything (3) Thus everything is good Evil is self destructive. All things that exist are good. Evil, also exists, but as a corruption of the good.
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