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Christianity, we were asked a question about christian beliefs to the problem of evil - yet thats an atheist argument.... wtf?
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I thought this at first too, but I suppose it's still an issue Christians have to think about; they just don't use it as a reason to say God doesn't exist, but find other ways around it.
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i just wrote what the problem of evil was and how christians would argue against it😬


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they believe god has a plan and cant intervene with our free will etc...
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It was more just describing what the problem of evil was, as opposed to Christian responses/beliefs towards it.
I thought this paper definitely had some weird questions though!

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Christianity, we were asked a question about christian beliefs to the problem of evil - yet thats an atheist argument.... wtf?
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