EPICurus Win

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3 Responses to “EPICurus Win”

  1. TwoEdgedSword Says:

    If you sincerely want to approach this topic objectively, read “God, Freedom, and Evil” by Alvin Plantinga.

  2. TwoEdgedSword Says:

    It’s been a while since I’ve read it, and it’s not an easy read in my opinion. (Just a heads up). It is written VERY logically using sets, premises, etc. But that wasn’t your question. 🙂

    In short, he lays out why it is illogical to say that God would necessarily remove evil if he were indeed both omnipotent and omnibenevolent. He talks about free will and how that plays into the scenerio as well.

    Like I said, it’s a good book but a pretty heady read. I read it while taking philosophy and logic classes and even then it was still difficult. At least for me. But then again I’m not a fan of fancy schmancy wording that immediately distance whoever it is you’re speaking with.

    Anywho… just my thoughts.

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