The problem of evil, as described circa 300 B.C.

In about 300 B., Epicurus eloquently summed up the problem of the existence of evil. It has come to be known as the Riddle of Epicurus or the Epicurean paradox.

Moriarty dancing to Queen upon arrival at Sherrinford <3 ~ Andrew Scott on BBC Sherlock 4.3 "The Final Problem"

Moriarty dancing to Queen upon arrival at Sherrinford ~ Andrew Scott on BBC Sherlock "The Final Problem"

Karl Barth, the most important theologian since Aquinas:  "God is so far removed from our experience that one is even driven to question his very existence." // Was Barth's essentially agnostic philosophy owing to any real failure in the Bible to address the problem of evil in the world -- failure to answer 'How/why an almighty God of love permitted evil to exist even for a day?' Ctrl + click:  http://www.jw.org/en/bible-teachings/questions/our-suffering/  then open the new tab in your…

Karl Barth, the most important theologian since Aquinas: "God is so far removed from our experience that one is even driven to question his very existence." // Was Barth's essentially agnostic philosophy owing to any real failure in the Bible to address the problem of evil in the world -- failure to answer 'How/why an almighty God of love permitted evil to exist even for a day?' Ctrl + click: http://www.jw.org/en/bible-teachings/questions/our-suffering/ then open the new tab in your…

Sherlock S04 EP03 "The Final Problem". Season 4. Episode 3.

I was so excited when he stepped out of that helicopter but it was just a flashback

The Many Faces of Evil (Revised and Expanded Edition): Theological Systems and the Problems of Evil

The Many Faces of Evil (Revised and Expanded Edition): Theological Systems and the Problems of Evil

When There are Wars & Planes Fall from the Sky: How to Face the Problem of Evil & the Greater Problem of Good via aholyexperience.com

When There are Wars & Planes Fall from the Sky: How to Face the Problem of Evil & the Greater Problem of Good

When There are Wars & Planes Fall from the Sky: How to Face the Problem of Evil & the Greater Problem of Good via aholyexperience.com

Is There an R-rated Movie Commandment? by Orson Scott Card

A Mormon Writer Looks at the Problem of Evil in Fiction - Orson Scott Card

Reconciling the existence of evil and the supposed presence of an omnipotent deity.

Hitchens' razor is a law in epistemology (philosophical razor), which states that the burden of proof or onus in a debate lies with the claim-maker, and if he or she does not meet it, the opponent does not need to argue against the unfounded claim.

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