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Unformatted text preview: The Problem of Evil God • God is supposed to be omnipotent, omniscient and benevolent. • Some think that his being benevolent is a necessary condition of his being worthy of worship. An Argument Against the Existence of God 1. If God exists, then he is omnipotent, benevolent and omniscient. An Argument Against the Existence of God 1. If God exists, then he is omnipotent, benevolent and omniscient. 2. If God is omnipotent, then he has the power to eliminate suffering. An Argument Against the Existence of God 1. If God exists, then he is omnipotent, benevolent and omniscient. 2. If God is omnipotent, then he has the power to eliminate suffering. 3. If God is omniscient, then he knows where suffering exists. An Argument Against the Existence of God 1. If God exists, then he is omnipotent, benevolent and omniscient. 2. If God is omnipotent, then he has the power to eliminate suffering. 3. If God is omniscient, then he knows where suffering exists. 4. If God is benevolent, then he has the desire to eliminate all suffering. An Argument Against the Existence of God 1. If God exists, then he is omnipotent, benevolent and omniscient....
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