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Posted by Anonymous User 
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October 09, 2015 01:35AM
Ah, yes the vindication of divine goodness and providence in view of the existence of evil. Gods’ existence is justified, or in your case nullified, in that evil having existed at all in the presence of an omnipotent and all loving being is logically impossible. Is it not ironic how we say that God is perfect? What the hell is perfect in the first place? Imperfection. Because without imbalance we would not exist, and we would not know what imbalance is having only known perfection, having only known order. What is a world, a universe, without one slightly over the other at any given time, without order and chaos? Darkness; the absence of light. The absence of goodness? Evil. This is not a copout, because with your logic in the personification of God and its antithesis evil, they are both inherently material. Therefore, the analogy that the absence of light, matter, results in darkness, the absence of that matter, is delineable to the idea that God does not exist, therefore evil does in its absence.
Re: Philosophy
October 09, 2015 07:16PM
1. Open refrigerator
2. Experience light
3. Acknowledge god's existence
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