&lt;Tab/&gt;In William L. Rowe's paper "The Problem of Evil and Some Varieties of Atheism" he sets out to accomplish two main goals. The first goal is directed toward theists, while the second attempts to reach the very wellspring of an atheist's heart. Foremost, Rowe sets out to show that there is "an argument for atheism based on the existence of evil that may rationally justify someone in being an atheist" (335).
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theism and atheism so that we may cross and intermingle while still holding on to our pride and personal belief's (regardless of how lacking in virtue they each may be). Now - much like the boys and girls at a junior high school dance - all that is left is for the first person to cross and start the conversation while the rest of us watch anxiously to see if he is slapped or kissed.