Some articles on evil, exist, evil exists:
... The originator of the problem of evil is often cited as the Greek philosopher Epicurus, and this argument may be schematized as follows If an all-powerful and perfectly ... There is evil in the world ... Therefore, an all-powerful and perfectly good god does not exist ...
... The problem of evil is often given in the form of an inconsistent triad ... gave the following three propositions God is omnipotent God is omnibenevolent Evil exists Mackie argued that these propositions were inconsistent, and thus, that at least one of these ... Either God is omnipotent and omnibenevolent, and evil does not exist ...
Famous quotes containing the words exists and/or evil:
“No being exists or can exist which is not related to space in some way. God is everywhere, created minds are somewhere, and body is in the space that it occupies; and whatever is neither everywhere nor anywhere does not exist. And hence it follows that space is an effect arising from the first existence of being, because when any being is postulated, space is postulated.”
—Isaac Newton (16421727)
“In the deeper layers of the modern consciousness ... every attempt to succeed is an act of aggression, leaving one alone and guilty and defenseless among enemies: one is punished for success. This is our intolerable dilemma: that failure is a kind of death and success is evil and dangerous, isultimatelyimpossible.”
—Robert Warshow (19171955)