Unformatted text preview: right to impose choice and evil upon us. God had no one to ask. Talks of limited responsibility, can’t be too narrow. God chose to have us suffer for the greater good. Natural Evil Provides opportunity for knowledge. God doesn’t answer us because its within our own ability to solve the problems of natural evil. Provides choice to endure life versus an easy way out. They offer more choices between good and evil and more opportunities for courage. Animals’ suffering is less than humans and they endure things to give their lives value. Poses the question of the choice between differing minutes of life. Intuitively, we should choose the short life that will better the world in our sacrifice. We must pay a considerable price for the good things of this world....
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- Spring '07
- Philosophy, moral evil, Richard Swinburne