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Why Does God Allow So Much Good In The World?


Why does God allow so much good in the world, when sometimes it seems human beings take it for granted? In response to the age old philosophical question of the problem of evil, perhaps there is a problem of good instead. Perhaps we are spoiled. If there was less good in the world, is it possible that mankind would be striving harder to make the world better? Does God allow too much good?

 

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    Kiss andTales 2 years ago

    EA we all witness good and evil every day of our lives. That is why there is law and order, without it who could live.


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    Elijah A Alexander Jr (The0NatureBoy) 2 years ago

    That is why the definition of god's name is I AM THAT I AM, god is satisfied with the existence of everything so only produced "knowledge of good and evil' for man to confuse themselves with, not anything which is evil or good.


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    PhoenixV 2 years ago

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    If I could choose 2 best answers I would also choose this one. You get Five Stars for your wonderful and thoughtful answer Mr. Dierker, thank you very kindly.


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    Norine Williams 2 years ago

    BB: You go! "...anything He allows is by definition, good." We may not understand but Rm 8:28 says "ALL THGS work together for "GOOD" to them that love God, to them who are called according to HIS PURPOSE."

    Least we forget: We don't run nothing!

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    feenix 2 years ago

    Deep, Kiss and Tales. Very Deep. And on top of that, you pointed out The Truth.


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    Norine Williams 2 years ago

    Jan: Question "searching the hearts" of Hubbers! It asks us if we can see "the will of God!" Eli neglected to see the definitions of good & evil in Script! We were created to be "humble" to God yet Adam chgd that but God "draws" us back!


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    Kiss andTales 2 years ago

    It amazes me how some who does not believe in God or his existence.

    Now believes in God to accuse him of the things man has done to himself. So your comment can not be understood.


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