God: All-Good or All-Evil…is there any Difference?
A Topic Concerning the Question of Evil A long-simmering debate in theology involves the status of the classical definition of God. Traditionally, one area of agreement between Theists and Atheists has been in the definition of God; without this agreement,View Tool »
The Problem of Evil
In the Judeo-Christian-Islamic traditions, one of the major problems for theists [those who believe that there is a God] is the “Problem of Evil.” It runs like this: If God is all-good, all-knowing, and all-powerful, how can there be evilView Tool »
Can God be Happy or Sad?
One of the central questions in Theology involves the nature of God. While religious studies employs different standards of proof that other disciplines in philosophy, one longstanding method has involved looking for logical consistency among different traits proposed. In thisView Tool »
The Argument from Design for the Existence of God
One of the most plausible arguments for the existence of God is the argument from design. This argument proceeds by pointing out how all things in the world seem fitted to one another, something that is also true of allView Tool »