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Skeptical theism is a type of reply to arguments from evil against God's existence. The skeptical theist declines to accept a premiss of some such argument, professing ignorance, for example, about whether God is justified in permitting certain evils or about the conditional probability that the world contains as much evil as it does, or evils of a particular sort, on the hypothesis that God exists. Skeptical theists are thus not supposed to be skeptical about theism; rather, they are theistsdoi:10.22091/jptr.2019.4608.2171 doaj:f4e608fac2634ecdbbd3467c1dc496a1 fatcat:wbuqmb5vkzalzpkpsinc3k5peu