Australasian Journal of Philosophy 87 (3):513 – 515 (2009)

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Michael Bertrand
Ohio State University
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Alexander Bird has a two-part argument to the effect that God could only have created a world without physical evil by changing either the laws or the initial conditions of the universe, and that no such world would be at all like ours: so God is not responsible for physical evil. I argue that both parts of his argument fail.
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