Process theodicy is not a sactisfactory response to the problem of evil. assess this view


Process theodicy 9eg that of griffen0 is satisfacoty because it is realistic in its account of God. The process God is not the creator, since God and te universe exist (and may have always existed)  panethistically ( everything is 'in' God and God is 'in' the universe). God is not omnipotent, since ordinary matter can go against his will, so God cannot control evil. For some Christians, however, this is an unsatisfactory account of God, since a God who is neither omnipotent or omniscient (God cnnot know the future, being in time) is not worth worshipping.

Process theodicy holds that evil is a process in matter, and God cannot control it…


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