Theodicy

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'''Theodicy''' is the branch of [[theology]] which defends [[God]]'s divine attributes, such as [[omnipotence]] and [[omnibenevolence]], despite the existence of [[evil]] in the world.<sup>[http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/theodicy]</sup>
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'''Theodicy''' is the branch of [[theology]] which tries to defend [[God]]'s divine attributes, such as [[omnipotence]] [[onmiscience]] and [[omnibenevolence]], despite the existence of [[evil]] in the world.<sup>[http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/theodicy]</sup>
  
 
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==See also==

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Theodicy is the branch of theology which tries to defend God's divine attributes, such as omnipotence onmiscience and omnibenevolence, despite the existence of evil in the world.[1]

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