For each passage below, state whether the passage contains an argument.
If your answer is YES, then you need to identify the final conclusion and put the whole argument in Standard Form.
If your answer is NO, then you need to explain why not. Even if you think the answer cannot be determined, you still need to explain why you think that.
Passage (a): .“We know three things about God by definition of the term “God”. First, God is all-knowing. It follows that if God exists then God must know that there is unnecessary suffering in the world. Second, God is all-loving. It follows that if God knows that unnecessary suffering exists then God must want to eliminate it. Third, we know that God is all-powerful. It follows that if God wants to eliminate any unnecessary suffering in the world then God must have done that by now. Therefore, we can conclude that if God exists then there cannot be any unnecessary suffering in the world. But the fact is that the world is full of unnecessary suffering. Doesn’t this show that God does not exist?”
Passage (b): .“It is raining outside. Some people are carrying wet umbrellas.”
Passage (c): .“If it is raining outside, then some people are carrying wet umbrellas.”
NOTE: The above three passages are not related to each other and without references .
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the subject area is CRITICAL THINKING
the numbers of words is 330 just