1. Explain the problem of evil as clearly and persuasively as you
    can, based on B.C. Johnson’s remarks in the article. Your explanation of
    the argument should be in prose, rather than in the form of
    numbered premises and a conclusion. However, you should clearly
    identify what the different premises of the argument are and
    explain how these premises are supposed to work together to
    support the conclusion that God does not exist. (You can determine the objection)
  2. Develop one of the objections briefly mentioned in the Johnson
    article in more detail, again as clearly and persuasively as you can.
    You are encouraged to choose an objection that you think can be
    made at least initially persuasive, as developing a plausible sota
    version of the objection is one of your main goals in the paper.

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