Evil: The Ideal Problem Of Evil

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The evidential problem of evil is a complication of deciding if evil does exist and to what length. As well if there are different kinds of evil, how much evil there is, and can the evil be shared. With the reality of evil, it helps creates evidence in contrast to the existence of God. Also, this attempt to show that, once everything is put aside, it can help support of the existence of God. Also, that is created and administered by omnipotence, omniscience, and perfect goodness. The logical problem of evil is when evil exists, and the world is hurting from it, that it becomes more a challenge to have the beliefs of a god or a perfect god even. God is all-knowing, knows all the good and bad that happens throughout the world. If God is all-knowing or all-powerful, God should be authorized to do something or change the ways of all the evil.…show more content…
The evidential problem of evil tells is that evil does exist, on how much it does and there are different types. The logical problem of evil is more determined to show that there is an evil and how God my not likely
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