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and evil like God does. It does not mean though that God has abandoned her or anyone who is in pain, in times when they are suffering. She is loved so dearly. She only has to seek Him for healing as healing from all pains will only come from God, from a relationship with Him where she will completely trust Him knowing that He has the best of intentions and plans for her (Sharpe, 2015).5. According to Chapter 7 in the textbook, how might the problem of evil and suffering lead one to the conclusion that moral absolutes exist?Chapter 7 discussed how absolute truths and ethics should look like ideally. In an ideal world, personal ethics completely fall within societal ethics that are also within universal ethics but in an unjust world like ours, only a portion of these ethics come to a merging point and everything else outside of this zone is where evil and suffering happens. By believing that there are absolute truths one finds meaning in the existence of evil and suffering.
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