1. Explain Aquinas’s Argument from Gradations and why it is important? Does he need this in order to complete his argument there being God as traditionally defined by theism? Is this a good argument or does Descartes’ Evil Demon pose a serious problem for it?

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1. Explain Aquinas’s Argument from Gradations and why it is important? Does he need this in order to complete his argument there being God as traditionally defined by theism? Is this a good argument or does Descartes’ Evil Demon pose a serious problem for it?
2. Explain why many think that the existence of evil posses a problem for believing in a theistically defined God. The overall argument rests on an often unstated premise, that a morally good person will eliminate evil wherever and whenever possible. But, is this premise true; is it always true that a morally good person will eliminate evil whenever and wherever possible? Are there circumstances when a morally good person will allow evil to exist? Defend your position.
3.Explain one of the arguments (theodicies) that is often used to counter the Problem of Evil. Do you think it is a sound argument? Defend your position.

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