The problem of evil the problem of evil is not a single problem, but rather a family of arguments for the non-existence of godin its least ambitious form, the argument cites the evil and suffering we find in the world as compelling evidence that the world is not under the control of an omnipotent deity, while allowing that the evidence is not decisive.
Weekly discussion weekly discussion - the problem of evil (selfphilosophy) it assumes that god's purpose is to create a world without evil but that isn't what most christians believe they believe this world was created as a test to see who is allowed into heaven thus the existence of free will and evil are a deliberate part of the plan.
All other philosophies can’t explain the problem of evil in the world if you don’t have a good creator, and a fall – then what’s running the universe is random chance or an evil being people in rebellion against a good god explains the evil acts of men.
A popular response to the problem of evil contends that there is a necessary connection between free will and the existence of moral (or human-caused) evil alvin plantinga, for instance, has advanced a concept of transworld depravity--essentially the idea that in any possible world where a given person has substantial free will, that person. Evidential arguments from evil the argument from evil (or problem of evil) is the argument that an all-powerful, all-knowing, and perfectly good god would not allow any—or certain kinds of—evil or suffering to occur. A discussion on the problem of evil will g 3/6/08 this is part of a long and interesting discussion i had with an atheist philosopher about the problem of evil, and whether it could be dealt with effectively by a new expression of theodicy. The problem of evil is not a single problem, but rather a family of arguments for the non-existence of god in its least ambitious form, the argument cites the evil and suffering we find in the world as compelling evidence that the world is not under the control of an omnipotent deity, while. The argument from evil (or problem of evil) is the argument that an all-powerful, all-knowing, and perfectly good god would not allow any—or certain kinds of—evil or suffering to occur unlike the logical argument from evil, which holds that the existence of god (so defined) is logically.
The evidential problem of evil and the 11th-century theodicy discussion by ramanuja in sribhasya it holds that one cannot achieve moral goodness or love for god if there is no evil and suffering in the world evil is soul-making and leads one to be truly moral and close to god. The problem of evil refers to the question of how to reconcile the existence of evil with an omnipotent, omnibenevolent and omniscient god (see theism) an argument from evil attempts to show that the co-existence of evil and such a god is unlikely or impossible.
The problem of evil (or argument from evil) is the problem of reconciling the existence of the evil in the world with the existence of an omniscient (all-knowing), omnipotent (all-powerful) and perfectly good god. Why is there evil and suffering related media a the problem how do the other world views deal with the problem of evil what is the answer to the problem b the logical answer at every turn in the discussion we need to be able to recognize and point out where they are bailing out of their system and appealing to the christian system.