Modern philosophy of religion has ably defended Classical theism against the traditional ‘problem of evil.’ The final and insurmountable blow, however, will undoubtedly be the formidable question of why an all powerful good God would allow the existence of Internet Explorer. Indeed, the ‘problem of Internet Explorer’ may be the death-knell of theism as we know it.
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