Saturday, January 28, 2012


Part of an answer to some of the childhood questions I've asked (related to yesterday's post).

"If God is willing to prevent evil but unable to do so, then he's impotent. If he's able to prevent evil but willing to, then he's corrupt. And so, since evil certainly exists, God is either impotent or corrupt and therefore cannot be God."[Daniel Quinn, Pg.163, If They Give You Lined Paper Write Sideways]

1 comment:

Parge said...

Ah, yes! My favourite! The problem of Evil:

Wikipedia - the Epicurean paradox