Boethius’s Life: A Case Study that Solves the Evidential Problem of Evil (Apologetics – Essay)

Introduction Over the past generation, the Evidential Problem of Evil has arisen as one of the most popular arguments against the existence of an omnipotent, omniscient, and omnibenevolent God. This is the idea that the existence of allegedly unjustified and gratuitous evil makes God’s existence highly unlikely. At the same time, when it was created, […]