Phillips_L_w3_Problem_of_Evil

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Problem with Evil and the Existence of God 1 The Problem with Evil and the Existence of God PHIL-1001-4 Introduction to Philosophy Professor: Murray Skees Walden University Lisa Phillips February 4 th , 2010
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Problem with Evil and the Existence of God 2 Faith is a very strong emotion that ties our religion to the lives around us. It makes one feel as if their life has meaning and a purpose. The main question in every religion is “how can we have a loving god, when there is so much pain and suffering in the world?” This question is something that has been debated for decades, and will be debated for centuries to come. There is no right or wrong answer to this question, but it reverts back to your own personal beliefs. “The first move for many philosophers has been to distinguish moral from nonmoral evil, in which moral evil is the product of our actions and intentions and nonmoral evil consists of natural disasters and “acts of god”. (Solomon & Higgins, 2010) The problem with this statement is that a natural disaster should not be considered as an act of god, but an act of nature. God gave us a brain and the opportunities to discover advances in technology. This is helping our warning
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