The problem of evil is powerful because it is common. We all experience pain and suffering so we can relate. The problem also trades on our heartache for others and our outrage at evil acts.
It does seem kind of shallow and entitled to feel that you should demand a life free of any hardship, or a world for that matter. I feel as to natural disasters and unfortunate events that cause great suffering outside human control to really be amoral.
Morality is a human construct adhered to by humans who have free will to enact such a moral code. Saying God is evil for allowing nature to do its own thing seems unfair, as nature is amoral, it has no consciousness in which to inflict malice and have malicious intent upon anyone.
Evil is not simply things that can cause suffering, there has to be malicious intent behind what happened.
I think the bigger question is why did God allow humans to be evil to each other? I think it is a matter of one, can one control what happened? If that is the case, He is not omnibenevolent, especially if he is also all-powerful.
Another way to look at it, is God morally responsible for the evil humans inflict on each other since he created them, or does the blame for evil on God only apply to acts He does Himself?
Was that immoral in of itself? So, I see it, God is either omnibenevolent, but does not have the power to stop all evil, or is omnipotent but not omnibenevolent, as evil does exist.Aug 26, · Let's define EVIL: Big picture- something not morally good; wicked. Arising out of bad character or behavior, individually or corporately.
It usually originates in the heart. 4) There is evil in the world God with the attributes (), must know about all evil, would be capable of preventing it, and as morally perfect would be motivated to do so but 4 is true. The argument from evil concludes that the existence of the orthodox Christian God is, therefore, incompatible with the existence of evil and can be logically.
A CHRISTIAN AUGUSTINIAN RESPONSE TO THE PROBLEM OF EVIL IN THE SHINTO Given Shinto‟s favorable disposition toward life, the question of evil seems even more acute for this system. How does Shinto explain the reality of evil, followed by a Christian response.
The problem of evil arises not because life itself is an unmitigated evil, but because it contains such a strange mixture of good and evil. Karma implies that all of the good in life—health, wealth, happiness—is due to our good deeds.
This essay will consider the question: ‘Does Evil and Suffering prove that God does not exist?’ The inconsistent triad, first laid down by Epicurus, is often used as a logical refutation of God’s existence.
The answer: Because they failed to make the Kingdom of God the primary purpose and goal in life. They were not earnest in their pursuit for salvation and did not really strive to attain it.
Too many people today labor for the meat that perishes, and not for the meat that endures to everlasting life (John ).