Stephen Law on The Evil God Challenge

Why should an all-good God be more likely than an all-evil God?  Does the world

provide us with evidence of good so as to make it impossible for the notion of an all-evil, omnipotent God?  Dr Stephen Law has debated this Challenge in numerous forums and we are pleased to have him at the University of Gloucestershire to discuss this topic with us.


Stephen Law is senior lecturer at Heythrop College, University of London and editor of the philosophical journal Think.  He is also the author of numerous accessible philosophical books including The Philosophy Gym and Humanism: A Very Short Introduction.
When:           12.15 – 2.15pm, Wednesday 20 April 2016
Where:          FCHC201
What:            Lecture, followed by light lunch
Book your place by emailing humanities@glos.ac.uk  by 9.00am, Monday 18 April 2016.
    
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