redemptive death of Christ a step further by recalling the story of the man who was born blind, “Jesus […] replied that this man was born blind so that the glory of God may be made manifest.”3Even Christ Himself attests to the purpose of evil: bringing glory to the name of God! Although evil brings suffering and pain into God’s creation, it affirms the power of and brings glory to the name of the Lord God Almighty.As a human being, it is difficult to witness the majesty of creation and doubt God’s authority. Therefore, God’s benevolence must be brought into question. Recall the argument that God could have created good, well-behaved humans. If God were to prevent people from inflicting evil, He would no longer be benevolent because He has not 1Scott Chastain, “The Problem of Evil and the Problem of the Solutions to the Problem of Evil.”2Patrick J. Keane, Emily Dickinson’s Approving God: Divine Design and the Problem of Suffering (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2008), 103.3N.K. Singh, Religious Concept of Sin (Delhi: Global Vision Publishing, 2003), 272.