Lecture 17, Leibniz:
If God is perfect, how can His handiwork be so imperfect? How can a good God create a world with evil in it? These questions are not at all new in the world of philosophy. Many have tried to reconcile this difficult problem. Of the many who have tried, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz offered, perhaps, the most popular solution. In this message, Dr. Sproul explains the built-in weakness with the theodicy of Leibniz.