Theodicy of paradise
Some theologians bring the theodicy of paradise to solve the problem of evil (here I deal only with the evil made by Nature -through natural disasters, malformations, diseases,ect..- not the one comitted by humans).
Their argument is as follows:
(1) This life is short and is just the beginning, because there is another life (hereafter) infinitely much longer and better.
(2) So, judging what happens during the present life is like judging a book by its cover.
Indeed, suffering (caused by Nature) in a finite and short life is almost nothing compared to an everlasting state of peace and happiness (paradise) and thus it can be borne.
(3) Therefore, the God of Christianity/Islam is consistent with the concept of perfection and goodness.
How could you debunk it?