The Things We Know Are Good

Descartes on God, free will, and mistakes

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The Problem of Evil is a philosophical question that’s been around for thousands of years. Essentially, this problem asks us to reconcile the fact that there is suffering in the world with the idea of a benevolent, omniscient, and omnipotent God.

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