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1. Consider the three arguments in support of the existence of God: the Ontological argument, the Cosmological Argument, and the Teleological Argument. Explain these three competing arguments as they are provided by the authors included in our course readings. Which argument offers the most plausible justification for the existence of God? Explain why. (70 marks.)
2. Explain the logical problem of evil as provided by the authors included in our course readings. Provide what you consider to be the best response to the logical problem of evil. Explain why it is the best response. (30 marks.)
God And The Concept Of Evil
Length: 4 pages (1100 Words)
God and the Concept of Evil
The topic of the existence of God has been one that has repeatedly elicited heated debates since time immemorial. Whereas some individuals insist on there being a supernatural being that oversees the running of worldly activities and phenomena in the world, others bluntly refute these claims. Both parties, however, forward valid arguments to support their claims.
One’s inclination in this discourse is often determined by an individual’s view of the world; essentially, the ways in which man relates to the phenomena around them. What this question attempts to establish is whether we are accountable to a higher, omnipotent being with regards to the experiences they go through on earth.