Problem of Evil
The problem of evil reconcilin the existence of evil or suffering in the world with the existence of god. The problem follows with the belief that God is omniptent whilst at the same time evil exists. The free will argument is that god creates people with morally significant free will.
The free will is an argument about why does evil exist. It says that god can not eliminate evil in this world without eliminating good. A god who gives humans such free will necessarily brings about the possibility, and puts outside his own control whether or not that evil occurs. But humans could have that kind of free will merely in virtue of being able to choose freely between two equally good and unimportant alternatives’. With that said there
are types of evil in the world one being moral evil and one being a natural evil. Moral evil is comes about from humans own doing. The free will god has given to us to make our own decision. .Natural evil works in two ways one gives humans the knowledge of how to bring about such evils themselves. The second one increases the range of significant choice. Let’s say I have a friend who burn on his whole left side of his body. He was two choices whether to endure it with patience or to grieve with. And I could show compassion towards them or be cold-hearted.
The world is better with some evil then without any at all. If there wasn't ever any bad things or so called evil thing happening how we would learn to do things. When talking in sports terms there a saying that goes “you can learn a lot more from losing the winning”. With losing you can find out what your weaknesses are and how to make something better. That's the say way with evil. Let’s say someone is rob by someone. The reason they got rob is because they were walking by their self on a dark alley in New York City. That's a evil taking something from someone that they work there hardest to get. The lesson learn from this is don't walk on a dark alley at...