Humans have free will
God gave us free will. God accepts evil as a necessary consequence of human free will.
Without evil, we would be unable to see the love of God. God’s love is so striking because it stands in contrast to evil.
If we never experienced sadness, we would be unable to perceive happiness. We must be able to experience the absence of something before we can truly perceive the existence of something. Therefore, in a world without evil, God’s love would be invisible. We need evil in order to see love. God wants us to see his love, therefore, he ordained evil.
God could allow enough evil for us to see his love, without allowing all of the evils that currently exist in the world. There is a big difference between allowing evil in the form of rude and offensive acts and speech, and allowing the genocide of races, childhood cancer, and paedophilia.
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[P1] We can only perceive something if we have perceived the absence of something. [P2] Therefore, we can only perceive God's love if we can perceive an absence of love. [P3] This absence of God's love is our perception of evil.
[Rejecting P3] If God was all-good, God would have ordained enough evil for us to perceive his love without unleashing all the evils on humankind.
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