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    Hi guys, I am currently planning an essay titled- "To what extent does Plantinga’s version of the Free Will Defence provide a successful response to the problem of evil?"

    We have to divide the essay plan up into sections, I am thinking of doing:

    Section 1- explain of Plantinga's version of FWD

    Section 2- How it provides a successful response to problem of evil

    Section 3- How it does not/problems it encounters


    Do you guys think this is a good way to go about the essay?

    Provided you use and assess good objections by good thinkers in the relevant sections, yes. State from the outset whether you think that Plantinga overcomes the issue or not. Don't sit on the fence. Tailor your answer to the position you take.
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