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Unformatted text preview: EVIL AND SUFFERING SUFFERING BRIAN AND NAKAO Religions Christianity Islam Judaism Buddhism Hinduism E. AND S. ARE… A test of faith Punishment for our sinful nature Punishment for our bad choices A way for each of us to emulate way the suffering of Christ the E. AND S. ARE… A way to help us to see the way illusions of evil in everything illusions A way for each of us to emulate way the suffering of Christ the E. AND S. ARE… E. Proof that there is no Proof moral order in the universe and a challenge to give up the childish illusions that goodness is rewarded and evil is punished punished EXPLENATIONS OF E. AND S. AND A mistake make by basically good mistake and decent people and A natural response of our deeply natural sinful basic natures sinful EXPLENATIONS OF E. AND S. AND The result of the devil’s seductions The of basically weak people of An illusion A mistake in our past life EXPLENATIONS OF E. EXPLENATIONS AND S. AND Nonexistent Proof that there is no God QUESTIONS Is suffering always a bad thing or can it be beneficial? Is evil innate or is it learned? Why would God allow there to be evil Why and suffering in the world? and BIBLIOGRAPHY BIBLIOGRAPHY Gellman, Rabbi Marc , and Monsignor Thomas Hartman. Gellman, Religion for Dummies. New York: Wiley Publishing, Inc., 2002. Religion New "There is Too Much Evil and Suffering For God to Exist?." The "There heavens declare the glory of God: Harmony between the Bible and science. 1 Jan. 2005. God and Science. 28 Nov. 2005 and Jan. <http://www.godandscience.org/apologetics/evilandsuffering.html <http://www.godandscience.org/apologetics/evilandsuffering.html >. >. Robinson, B. A. "THEODICY: WHY DOESN'T GOD PREVENT Robinson, EVIL?." Religious Tolerance. 26 Jan. 2005. Ontario Consultants Religious 26 on Religious Tolerance. 28 Nov. 2005 <http://www.religioustolerance.org/reac_ter3.htm>. <http://www.religioustolerance.org/reac_ter3.htm>. ...
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