The problem of evil

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God is said to be:- all loving (omni benevolent)- all knowing (omniscient)- all powerful (omnipotent)

1. If God is omnibenelovent he would want to remove evil and suffering.

2. If God is omniscient, he would know how to remove evil and suffering.

3. If God is omnipotent, he would be able to remove evil an suffering. 

EVIL AND SUFFERING EXIST. THEREFORE GOD CANNOT.

Christian response:- we must first accept the world is no longer as God created it.- Or how he intended it to be. -Mankind has altered it's natural form through:- Pollution- War- Development

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