Thanks, Eric Steinhart, for emailing me the following. Hail Satan!
TI: God, the Demon, and the Status of Theodicies.
SO: American-Philosophical-Quarterly. Ap 90; 27(2): 163-167.
AB: Consider an omnipotent, omniscient, all-evil creator of the universe and an argument against its existence based on the presence of good in the world. “Demonists” can respond to such arguments with “demonodicies,” arguments that the demon’s existence is compatible with the good in the world. Given that there is a demonodicy isomorphic to every theodicy, the theist, in addition to establishing the possibility and consistency of God’s existence with the amount of evil in the world, must further establish the existence of a good supernatural being rather than an evil one. No current version of theism gives such an argument.