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Omnibenevolence is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as "unlimited or infinite benevolence". It is a technical term used in the academic literature on the philosophy of religion, often in the context of the problem of evil and in theodical responses, and even in such context, the phrases "perfect goodness" or "moral perfection" are often preferred.

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