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Well, I'm in my second year of a levels and at my school it is mandatory to do a EPQ (extended project qualification), however taking philosophy and ethics means that I do not have to do this. Never the less, I have suddenly started it, to which the end product is due in by December, but my first draft of it is due for October the 31st!

I am struggling to find material and ideas to support an illustrated my ideas, my EPQ title is

'Evil and suffering proves that a God with omnipotence and Omni benevolence cannot exist'

And I plan to use arguments from the problem of evil to support my claims, as well as opinions from a range of philosophers - however at the moment I have no idea how to structure the argument or to what else I should bring in, e.g. objections, support, implications etc.

Any help would be great, p.s. If you have any more questions about my question feel free to ask, I'm a little new to the website so sorry if I'm late!

Cheers!
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