identify and explain the key concepts and issues raised in the reading (identify and explain the key concepts and issues raised by the problem of evil for monotheistic religious belief ), and to analyse and critically evaluate them (analyse and evaluate critically a range of scholarly arguments made by philosophers of religion on this issue).

REFER TO UPLOADED FILE ‘RESPONSE GUIDELINES & EXAMPLE’ & Questions to Ponder – Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm.- Theodicy – Also the reading comes from: Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm.Theodicy: Essays on the Goodness of God the Freedom of Man and the Origin of Evil, 6-10. The website is: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/17147/17147-h/17147-h.htm – This task involves a structured responses to a reading in which you are required to identify and explain the key concepts and issues raised in the reading (identify and explain the key concepts and issues raised by the problem of evil for monotheistic religious belief ), and to analyse and critically evaluate them (analyse and evaluate critically a range of scholarly arguments made by philosophers of religion on this issue). The goal of the response is to demonstrate a critical understanding of the issue addressed through an analysis and evaluation of the reading on that topic. This short response is not meant to be a formal essay. However there some structural guidelines to be followed: provide an overview of the issue being dealt with by the author, and the various sections of the reading (1 paragraph); ~ In the first paragraph, outline what the reading is basically about, and the authors overall view on the issue. focus on one (1) key specified section of the reading (of no more than a page and a half in length), and provide an analysis of the argument being made in this section (3 paragraphs); ~ Then zoom in immediately on a significant passage in the reading and analyse the argument there. offer an evaluation of the reading in terms of what you consider to be its successes and limitations as a response to the problem it addresses (1 paragraph). ~ In the final paragraph, through the lens of the key passage, evaluate the reading as a whole.less

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