Religious Believes in Relation to Scientific Explanation Philosophy Paper

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Note: if you have no discipline to read and do not think critically, do not take this assignment. The essay must answer the question directly. Must have CRITICAL thoughts and DEEP analysis, Remember is philosophy.

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1- The essay must have 500 to 600 words. -Good grammar and a structuring of sentences-.

3- You must read the article BEFORE answering. Do not copy anything from the internet. They must be YOUR Own Thoughts.

4- Do not cite too much. With one or two citations is enough. Note: Do not use outside resources besides the one that I give you. EACH ANSWER HAVE THEIR OWN book.

5- Read the articles.

6- NOTE you must do the essay of 500 0r 600 words and send me an overall summary. Good grammar.

* The professor in the middle of the week going to insert in my canvas a voice to explain how we can improve or critical writing. I will send you that voice so you can write how he want. You may noticed that I gave you 4 days to complete the assignment and this is the reason.

Question:

Option #3

THE PROBLEM OF EVIL

Sam Harris argues that the problem of accounting for the existence and apparent random distribution of pain, and suffering – and evil more generally – is intractable for a religion which proposes a God who is omniscient, omnipotent, and perfectly beneficent. On the other hand, that is supposed to be perfectly intelligible within a scientific framework. How is that supposed to work?




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ProfJamesmiller
School: Rice University

Hi, I have just completed the paper. Please find attached. It has been nice working with u.

Philosophy
Thesis statement: Philosophers and critics of religion like Sam Harris have continued to
argue that, accounting for the existence of pain and suffering cannot be traced to a religious
deity but this kind of suffering ought to have some scientific explanation


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PHILOSOPHY

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Theorists and philosophers have over time tried to relate pain and suffering to scientific
explanations. Although this may be true, there exists another group of dogmatic who argue that
pain and suffering are purely linked to religious beliefs. Philosophers and critics of religion like
Sam Harris have continued to argue that, accounting for the existence of pain and suffering
cannot be traced to a relig...

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