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John Perry, "Dialogue on Good, Evil, and the Existence of God"

  1. What is the challenge that Weirob issues to Miller near the beginning of this dialogue?
      a. To show that God could possibly exist given the evil there is in the world
      b. To show that the world has an intelligent designer
      c. To show that the only way to understand the difference between good and evil is in terms of God
      d. To show that evil only makes sense if humans have free will
  2. What is Cohen’s suggestion for how we should understand God’s omniscience?
      a. God knows everything.
      b. God is able to know everything.
      c. God knows everything that it is logically possible to know.
      d. God knows everything except truths about the future.
  3. Which of the following is one of the elements of Miller’s theodicy?
      a. A world with freedom is better than a world without freedom.
      b. God wants some people to be happy.
      c. Humans are essentially good creatures.
      d. Natural evil is a mystery.
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