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Hello!
Currently writing an essay on why God can allow suffering in the world as a part of an apologetics unit and starting to hit a dead end for points
Don't suppose anyone has any ideas on what might be good to include

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Look up Alvin Plantinga's free will defence in his 1977 book, God, Freedom, and Evil. He is widely regarded as having the go-to answer to the problem of evil for apologetics.
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(Original post by MegTetley)
Hello!
Currently writing an essay on why God can allow suffering in the world as a part of an apologetics unit and starting to hit a dead end for points
Don't suppose anyone has any ideas on what might be good to include

Thanks!
Ireanaen , Augustine's theodicy and process theodicy is worth looking at.
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Ireanaen , Augustine's theodicy and process theodicy is worth looking at.
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Right if he's well loved by all Christians. And I know from experience how hard that can be. If he doesn't let a few million people suffer and die then he would get no thing done. Say it was a person and a few thousand died then that would be equal and a bit of toughness or hardship won't hurt anyone even if that means running over a cyclist.
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