Arguments Against God's Existence

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Arguments against God’s existence has been a conflict for some time now in the philosophy and religion world. One of the biggest arguments is known as “the problem of evil”, which alleges an inconsistency between the existence of evil and that of an omnipotent and morally perfect God. The conception of God is said to be that God is an all-knowing, all powerful, and all good. This implies that God, an all-knowing, all-powerful, and all-good being would prevent any kind of evil from existing. But it has been argued that if such a god existed, why is there still unnecessary evil in the world that exists? “God is omnipotent; God is wholly good; and yet evil exists.” Many people in the world struggle with suffering such as health problems, war, and losses of all kinds. We hear believers of god tell these people that god will take their suffering away, but the people want to understand why there is suffering in the first place. Since there is still so much evil in the world, non-believers conclude that there is no such God that exists. There are many different arguments to justify why God allows evil in the world. None of them can fully explain why God allows evil, but can provide some doubt that God doesn’t exist.
Free-Will Defense
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God allows to have free will and lets us have the decision of either being good or being evil. The evil world is created by man itself and not God. God could have created us to be these perfect beings, with no ability to do want we want. Instead, he allowed us to have freedom and do as we pleased. God made us responsible of our own choices and what we decide to do with our freedom. Although some of choose to abuse this freedom to do evil, it is a thing worth allowing to have our

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