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- What is the definition of natural and moral evil
- Write down as many examples of each
- Do you all agree with what is in the moral/ natural columns?
PP: Problem of Evil (slides 1-5 covering the Logical and Evidential Arguments)
Using your phones research recent examples of natural and moral evil:
- Source of information e.g. BBC news online
- Rundown of situation
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