Responses to The Problem of Evil

Age of Mythology Life and Death, good and evil are united in one Ironic Truth.
Socrates/ Plato Evil is ignorance; the Soul is innate and good.
Aristotle Evil is immoderate behavior; good is the mean between extremes.
Sophocles Evil is innate and ineradicable, but we can take responsibility for it.
Ancient Hebrews Evil stems from human disobedience (free will), but so does wisdom.
Epicurus Evil is pain; good is pleasure.
Lucretius Evil stems from the fear of death.
Jesus Evil is unavoidable, but grace is possible.
St. Augustine Evil is the absence of God.
Chaucer Evil is the perversion of natural instinct.