What is "he"?

What is "he"? | IS GOD WILLING TO PREVENT EVIL, BUT NOT ABLE? THEN HE IS NOT OMNIPOTENT. IS HE BOTH ABLE AND WILLING? THEN WHENCE COMETH EVIL? IS HE ABLE, B | image tagged in memes | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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This is a quote by Epicurus.

But feel free to shoot the messenger!
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WHEN YOU REALIZE GOD CREATED YOU IN HIS IMAGE AND YOU'RE NOT OMNIPOTENT | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
If it's the first one, it would explain a lot
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He is willing but not able. This is because of a little thing I like to call free will.
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1) Epicurus was not an atheist. What he actually said was "What gods there may be do not trouble themselves with us". Basically that there were gods but they didn't waste time worrying about human drama. 2) This is a logic argument about the abstract concepts of good and evil, which is as pointless as making a logic argument about love.
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> What he actually said was...

So he DIDN'T actually say the quote quoted in the meme above?
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IS GOD WILLING TO PREVENT EVIL, BUT NOT ABLE? THEN HE IS NOT OMNIPOTENT. IS HE BOTH ABLE AND WILLING? THEN WHENCE COMETH EVIL? IS HE ABLE, BUT NOT WILLING? THEN HE IS MALEVOLENT. IS HE NEITHER ABLE NOR WILLING? THEN WHY CALL HIM GOD?
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