By K.H.A. Esmail
This is a transparent and unique research of God's nature and existence.
First of all, it considers of God’s conventional houses: being all-knowing and being omnipotent. It argues he can't own those houses. yet, it argues this can be in accord with him being valuable of worship.
Secondly, it introduces the idea of evil being “overridden”. It argues he has to lead to different unfastened residing issues and it's believable they need to be prone to event evil as a result of their stipulations. yet, it argues the evil during this international is “overridden”.
Thirdly, it considers the valuable arguments for the declare he doesn't exist. (They seek advice from the evil within the world.) It argues they don't determine adequate grounds for this claim.
Finally, it considers a few famous arguments for the declare he exists. It argues they face problems. It units out different arguments.
It covers as an entire the primary components of the Philosophy of Religion.
It unifies those components to an important measure. It proceeds frequently when it comes to formal and transparent arguments. those arguments are usually original.
It may be of curiosity to complex scholars and experts in Philosophy, non secular stories and Theology.
Given its clarification of key phrases, its jargon-free language, its readability and brevity.... , it is going to be of curiosity to others, too.
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