Journal of Islamic Studies 2 (1):1-3 (2022)

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This paper attempts to deconstruct and undercut the so-called problem of evil from a multitude of perspective. It patches works of scholars from both Christian and Muslim traditions to give the response anyone needs. It also highlights the vagueness of atheism.
Keywords Burden of proof, theodicy
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