KeithS- Time to Buy a Vowel
No, I'm arguing that if God is omnipotent, omniscient and omnibenevolent, then this world must be the best of all possible worlds. That means that all of the evil and suffering we find in the world must somehow be essential in order to bring about a greater good, if God possesses the three omni-characters. The obvious problem is that nobody can explain why evil and suffering are somehow essential to the greater good of the world. The leading explanatory candidate is the free will defense, which I find questionable. And even if you accept the free will defense, natural evil is still a problem.
Earth to KeithS: "God" is NOT beholden to man-made words with man-made definitions.
And no, if God is omnipotent, omniscient and omnibenevolent, then this world can be whatever "God" wanted it to be. Perhaps "good", "evil" and "suffering" are only in the eyes and minds of the beholder.
KeithS's argument is just as bad as the "If "God" can do anything then "God" can create a rock so big that "God" couldn't move it." Sheer stupidity, but that is all that ilk really have.