Logical problem= The fact that evil exists, is a contradiction to say that God has each of his "O" properties
God is omnipotent (all powerful)- God can stop it
God is omniscient (all knowing)- God knows its going to happen
God is benevolent (all loving)- why would he not stop it.
- Either have to rule out evil or that God is not all of those things.
Evidential problem= The amount and type of evil provides evidence to doubt the probability of divine existience.
Solution: Evil is neccesay for devleopment (to develop virtues, we need evil)
Freewill (as God is benevolent)
Evil enters the world (birth, death etc..)
We are to blame
Princciple of plenitude
We are to blame.
Evil= absence of good
God= all loving= gives us freewill
Original sin= deserve punishment= sin in blood
To be saved= Jesus takes sin of makking
Big picture= need evil to develop
No longer plausable its our fault- animals always violent
Science= evolved from animals
Perfect beings wouldnt turn away from God.
Evil is still evil when viewed in "Big Picture"
God could of created a better worlds
God predestined us to sin (pre-planned)
1. If you dont know something is right or wrong, should you be held account for what you did?
2. Adam and Eve must have already of known about evli, meaning that…