Problem of Evil Argumentt

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Innocent babies burning, children dying with horrible suffering from plagues, elderly people losing their physical and mental capabilities, are these things in which someone in control would undermine? How could one be satisfied during the presence of evil. If there was a possibility to correct the wrong, but one just stood idle, is that morally good? These deemed qualities which cultures and religions have placed on an mightier (all-knowing, all- powerful, all-good) power seem to mean nothing when looking at a view of the world and all the suffering which it beholds. According to the argument presented by B.C. Johnson: 1) god is all-knowing 2) God is all-powerful 3) god is all-good 4) Evil exists 5) if god exists and 1,2,3 are true, then there would be no evil 6) therefore, god does not exist. I agree with Johnson and Camus from the standpoint that there is significant evil in the world, both moral and natural, but nevertheless evil. In Camus’s paradigm, he tells a story of a time during a plague where a community is overcome by a disease. In the particular
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