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  • Theodicys
    • Theo = God
      • A theodicy must:
        • 1. Not deny that evil exists
        • 2. It must not try to change the nature of God
        • 3. It must not suggest giving up faith
        • 4. It must give good reason why God permits evil and suffering, he must choose to prevent it
    • The Augustinian Theodicy
      • 1. Creation was perfect. It was created in 6 days Genesis
        • 2. There was a privation of good and what was perfect was no longer perfect
          • 3. The garden of eden was perfect but Adam and Eve ate from the tree of knowledge. They had moral automony and that was the only rule from God
            • 4. The consequences was that Adam and Eve were no longer perfect
              • 5. It was concluded that free will only leads to suffering
                • 6. God however foresaw that the privation would happen and planned redemption through the death and resurrection of Jesus to redeem mankind of there sins
                  • 7. Eschtelological justification was put into place, through accepting the redemption of jesus you can be justified into entering heaven
                    • The Augustinian Theodicy
                      • 1. Creation was perfect. It was created in 6 days Genesis
                        • 2. There was a privation of good and what was perfect was no longer perfect
                          • 3. The garden of eden was perfect but Adam and Eve ate from the tree of knowledge. They had moral automony and that was the only rule from God
                            • 4. The consequences was that Adam and Eve were no longer perfect
                              • 5. It was concluded that free will only leads to suffering
                                • 6. God however foresaw that the privation would happen and planned redemption through the death and resurrection of Jesus to redeem mankind of there sins
                                  • 7. Eschtelological justification was put into place, through accepting the redemption of jesus you can be justified into entering heaven
      • The Irenean Theodicy
        • 1. Creation was made imperfect based on genesis 2 and 3, Adam and Eve were created imperfect as a deliberate act so that humans have freewill
          • 2. Genesis 1v27 "God created human beings thom like himself"
            • 3. We live in a soul making enviroment so we can develop a likeness of God
              • 4. God keeps him self at a epistemic distance thats set aside from humanity to allow humans to be free without interference
                • 5.There is a counterfactual hypothesis, in order for us to understand one thing we have to experience another, good and bad have to coexist
                  • 6.There is eschatalogical justification, heaven is for all to justify suffering
                    • There is a new creation that is heaven which is perfect, Revelation 21v1 "God will wipe away our tears, there will be no more death suffering or pain. The old things have disappeared
                      • The Irenean Theodicy
                        • 1. Creation was made imperfect based on genesis 2 and 3, Adam and Eve were created imperfect as a deliberate act so that humans have freewill
                          • 2. Genesis 1v27 "God created human beings thom like himself"
                            • 3. We live in a soul making enviroment so we can develop a likeness of God
                              • 4. God keeps him self at a epistemic distance thats set aside from humanity to allow humans to be free without interference
                                • 5.There is a counterfactual hypothesis, in order for us to understand one thing we have to experience another, good and bad have to coexist
                                  • 6.There is eschatalogical justification, heaven is for all to justify suffering
                                    • There is a new creation that is heaven which is perfect, Revelation 21v1 "God will wipe away our tears, there will be no more death suffering or pain. The old things have disappeared

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