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610). The theodicist, in which Swinburne calls himself, believes that it is not wrong for God to "create or permit" various evils because in turn these evils can help or make a person better, however; the antitheodicist denies the previous claims. He does not believe that God would permit any evil in our world...
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He does not believe that God would permit any evil in our world. In conclusion, the existence of evil proves the existence of God. Swinburne's solution to the problem of evil is that he "wants to show how from a theistic standpoint, the existence of evil can be compatible with the existence of an all powerful, all knowing, all good God...
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