"The existence of evil may not present a
deductively certain disproof of the existence of God. Opponents of theism have
other, although less certain, ways of using evil as a foil against believing in
God. The most common way the existence of evil is utilized this way is by
formulating an "evidential" or "inductive" argument for evil. This argument can
take several forms and theists have a number of different responses to these
types of arguments. I will try to present a brief survey of the so-called
"evidential problem of evil" and the main responses theists offer in defense of
their belief in God...."
-Someone's thinkin' too hard - but it ain't us.
It wasn't us officer, I swear!