Philosophers have long wrangled with issues surrounding a god: what does reason tell us about the existence of a god (or more than one god) and what can we deduce about the nature of any god? This short video created by British philosopher Stephen Law considers the nature of a god and asks if the existence of an all-evil god is any more or less likely than the existence of an all-benevolent god if one accepts the premise of free will in explaining suffering. aeon.co/videos/what-if-anything-makes-an-all-good-god-less-absurd-than-an-all-evil-one
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