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Analysis 46 (3):160 - (1986)
|Abstract||Mcgrath argued that a theist cannot avoid the problem of evil by limiting either the power or the goodness of god. In the paper, It is shown that by taking account both of the possibility that there is an infinitely evil power in the universe and of the "acts and omissions doctrine", We can see that both options remain open|
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