A View of the Argument from Evil

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The existence of free-will separates God from moral evils, therefore pinning the blame on the free-will of humans. It could then be argued that the moral evil is a result of the greater good which is the free-will itself. Here is where another popular, worth noting argument emerges which is one that opens the religious aspect of the topic...
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Here is where another popular, worth noting argument emerges which is one that opens the religious aspect of the topic. It is how the natural and possibly the moral evils throughout the world are a result of our free-will, sinning human actions. The thought of good coming out of evil could also depend on when the good occurs...
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