In this article written by William L. Rowe, a philosophy professional who is specialized in the religion philosophy, it explain the existence of the theism and how they are related with the evil.
In the article, Rowe tries to answer three question that are relating theism with evil. These questions read, “Is there three an argument interrelated for atheism based on the existence of evil that may rationally justify someone in being an atheist?” “How can the theist best defend his position against the argument for atheism based on the existence of evil?” And “What position should the informed atheist take concerning the rationality of theistic belief?” Rowe answers these question in the support of existence of the evil in the theism through use of the evidence that are within the world. He uses the suffering of the animal and human being to reveal how the theism is linked with evil. In the paper he argues through evil attempt evidential arguments that, when we set apart any proof there could be supporting the God’s existence which might be either become unlikely or highly unlikely, that wholly good being, omniscient, and omnipotent created and govern the world.
Rowe reveals that the fawns which are rejected by an atheist cannot be prevented by the omniscient or omnipotent existence. No one can explain how the occurrence of the suffering that human being and animals face on the world. He explain this by use of premises regarding argument of the atheism. Rowe applies the G. E.
Moore arguments that explain that both atheist and the theist blame each other on believing in false thing.