Part 1 of a trilogy. Greg Ganssle (Yale University) lays out a classic argument that God does not exist, called 'The Problem of Evil'. He distinguishes two versions of that argument, which are sometimes called 'the deductive' and 'the evidential' version. He goes into some details on the deductive version.
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