Essay heading: On Free Choice Of The Will: St. Augustine’S View On Evil

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The problem of evil is a problem caused by the nature of God. If we believe that God created everything then he has total responsibility for the existence of evil as he must have created it. This provokes the question: why did God create evil or why does he allow evil to exist? The classical God is an all-good and all-powerful God...
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This suggests that he would want to remove evil for the good of the human race and is able to do so. Therefore, if God is all good and all-powerful then there should be no evil in the world. However, there clearly is evil in the world. This brings about the following possibilities and questions. If God is not all-good, is he a malicious God? If God is not all-powerful, is he worthy of worship? And finally, does God not exist? This is the problem of evil...
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