Here is a list of links to recently-posted outlines on various anthologized pieces on the problem of evil:
1.1 Setting up the problem: notes on a key passage on the problem of evil from Hume's Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion
1.2 Contemporary data: statistics on global human suffering
1.3 Formulating the argument
2. Some Contemporary Responses to the Problem of Evil
2.1 Swinburne's response to the problems of natural and moral evil
2.2 Hick's response to the problems of natural and moral evil
2.3 Wykstra's response to the problem of evil, and Rowe's reply
3. Some Contemporary Assessments
3.1 Mackie's assessment of the problem of evil
3.2 Johnson's assessment of the problem of evil
3.3 Rowe's explication and assessment of Hick's and Swinburne's responses
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