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Unformatted text preview: with a god without invention. The argument of Free Will goes further, but if God could create human beings who would only do good deeds, why would he consciously add pain and suffering into the lives of his creations. This proves that God must not be omnibenevolent, an omnibenevolent being would not intentionally cause pain and suffering. This proves that God is not omnipotent if he is unable to create human beings who only do good deeds, if he could, why wouldnt he? The Free Will theodicy is disproven. Obviously the Problem of Evil requires deep thought on the issue by religious and non-religious ideals. People who have believed in God for many years might second guess themselves after reading this argument because of its attention to detail and its challenge of religious belief in God. Justin Foster...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PHI 101 taught by Professor Udell during the Spring '08 term at West Chester.
- Spring '08