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Monthly Archives: May 2013
From the mind of Dr. Randal Rauser, a subject very close to what I’ve been working through recently myself; humanity, suffering, God, Heaven and all that stuff. This particular objection was once raised in the comment boxes if my memory serves … Continue reading
A paper from a lady who previously presented to our group is available online. As I skimmed it the subject matter appeared to be similar to what she presented on. http://www.academia.edu/3620429/ By the way, I hope she ends up uploading some … Continue reading
In light of the recent theme of my writing – Suffering in general, where is God in all of that, the fact that some form of hardship is necessary for human virtues (such as heroism) to be possible – I found … Continue reading
To propose that this world is morally good despite the vast quantities of evil and suffering, as I did in a recent article, is obviously to introduce a concept that will be met with some resistance. I will consider various objections … Continue reading
[This was originally supposed to be a single article but it ended up growing uncomfortably long. There is a series of follow-up articles that consider various objections to this line of reasoning.] The question of why God allows evil and … Continue reading
Given all the discussion lately on the topic of suffering, and as I continue to (wait for enough time to) put some finishing touches on a larger article that takes a closer look at that subject, I thought this quote … Continue reading