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Why does God do bad things to good people if He really is just?


I want honest answers only. No name calling or "my religion is better" stuff.

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    glynch1 4 years ago

    Satan is not the opposite of God, though he does oppose Him. Lucifer (who became Satan [adversary]) was perfect when God created him; however, he rebelled against the LORD and consequently fell from his lofty position. He never was God's opposite.


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    ackman1465 4 years ago

    So Darrell... may we imply that Jane Doe - this bastion of the church - must have some sordid, hidden life that she is unable to hide from God... and he's got her in his sights and is going to kick her a*s? ... and she can't get away from him/her/it?


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girlgonestrong says

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    Keith Schroeder (KeithTax) 4 years ago

    Then why did God create bad people? Why would perfection create imperfection? How is it even possible?


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Vegas Elias says

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    ackman1465 4 years ago

    Damn, Elias... I tried to follow your logic and felt like I was reading a dime-store novel printed on a bowl of spagetti...

    I DID like your ""has to defend himself" thing, tho'. We have "stand your ground" here in Florida. Probably God inspired..

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Mr Love Doctor says

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    glynch1 4 years ago

    It seems clear from a comparison of Daniel and Revelation that "time, times, and a half a time" refers to the last half of the seventieth week of Daniel (9:25-27) during which the Jewish remnant will experience persecution at the hands of Antichrist.

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