PSYC 212 - Paper 2

PSYC 212 - Paper 2 - Brent Klein-Horsman PSYC 212 C...

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Brent Klein-Horsman PSYC 212 C Professor Kok 15 April 2008 When it comes to Christianity, some followers usually expect rewards in life more so than those who do not believe and for lack of a better explanation, because they do indeed believe. When certain things such as illnesses, deaths, or other negative experiences happen to seemingly undeserving individual’s, people always wonder how such things were allowed to happen. They ask why it happened, what actions could deserve these types of things; they turn to their religion for some sort of explanation and ensuing comfort they expect from the answer that there must be to make sense of everything. Mental illnesses are one of those types of negative experiences and people continually ask those types of questions directed at their religion; but it seems the answer is never a clear one or what they are looking for, bringing them to an understanding by faith or creating more doubt and uncertainty in God as well as themselves. When looking at mental illnesses one of the many questions like with all other
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