Read the "Evil and Omnipotence" by J.L. Mackie and "Evil and Soul-Making" by J. Hick. Then discuss your thoughts on these arguments.
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A Review of Evil and Omnipotence by Mackie
The articles Evil and Omnipotence by Mackie and Evil and Soul Making are empirical criticism of the theist believes that good is omniscience but still condones the existence of evil. He argues that the central tenet of existing of all good and all-powerful God, who still allows the existence of his contradiction, is empirically incompatible. In developing his ideas, Mackie examines five basic assumptions that explain the intertwinement of good and evil and how the former allows the latter to persist. In the review, the author will examine the core argument of Mackie and test the credibility and validity of his argument. Additionally, the author developed a prejudiced opinion on the topic as based on the core nature of good and evil as well as the common theories followed by theists....
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