About 2,216 years ago a Greek, Epicurus, wrote:
“The Gods can either take away evil from the world and will not,
or, being willing to do so, cannot
or they neither can nor will,
or lastly, they are both able and willing.

If they have the will to remove evil and cannot, then they are not omnipotent.
If they can, but will not, than they are not benevolent.
If they are neither able nor willing, then they are neither omnipotent nor benevolent.
Lastly, if they are both able and willing to annihilate evil, how does it exist?

Got the answer?
First, it’s about God not evil
Second it presumes evil really does exist.
Third since God has attributes of being all-powerful, able to do anything including impossible things it proves God is not omnipotent.
Fourth, God is supposed to be kind to everyone but evil is bad for people so it proves evil cannot be eliminated by God therefore he’s not benevolent.
Lastly it proves the attributes of God cannot exist if evil exists because a God that or who isn’t all-powerful isn’t a God at all.

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