Stephen Law’s “The evil-god challenge”

Stephen Law’s “The evil-god challenge”

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Contrary to previous incarnations of the course, there is now one and only one essay topic: write
an argumentative/evaluative essay addressing Stephen Law’s “The evil-god challenge” (see
attachment). Is Law’s argument a good one? If so, why; if not, why not? You must explain the
argument before evaluating it (i.e., don’t take for granted that your reader is familiar with the
argument). You must also compare/contrast Law’s argument with at least one of either Rowe’s
argument from evil or Drange’s argument from nonbelief. For this latter requirement you MUST
refer to (at least) our course materials: extra sources on either the argument from evil or the
argument from nonbelief are only permitted in addition to, not in place of, references to the
specific sources of our Course Package.1 Drawing in other material from the course is also
welcome but not required.

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