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The problem of evil suggests that which of the following cannot be true? (Points : 1) God is all-good, all-knowing, and all-powerful. Evil exists, and God is all-good and all-powerful. Evil exists, and God is not all-knowing. Evil exists, and God is not all-loving
Weegy: Simplified Form of the Argument From Evil Here is a simplified form of the argument from evil: 1.If an all-good, all-knowing, all-loving, all powerful God exists, then evil (suffering) does not exist. 2.Evil exists. 3.Therefore, an all-good, [ all-knowing, all-loving, all powerful God does not exist. An argument against the existence of God is called an ?atheological argument.? The argument from evil is thus an atheological argument?a reason to suppose there is no such being as God. ( ] User: philosopher who can be seen as insisting on fideism as justified was (Points : 1) Newton. Thomas Aquinas. Spinoza. Kierkegaard. Weegy: A philosopher who can be seen as insisting on fideism as justified was Soren Aaby Kierkegaard. He believed that because faith is characterized by absolute certainty and passionate personal commitment, it can never be supported by reason. Answer is Kierkegaard. Source: User: The Argument from Design claims that (Points : 1) there is so much order in the world to have arisen by accident. no bad or evil things ever occur in the world. only God could be the first cause of the universe. man-made global climate change is caused by Satan. Weegy: The Argument from Design clams that 1.) there is so much order in the world to have arisen by accident. User: John Searle tried to show that there was more to thinking than merely manipulating symbols with his (Points : 1) Chinese restaurant though-experiment. Chinese room thought-experiment. Popperian refutation thought-experiment. Chinese medicine thought-experiment. (More)
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