Articles about The Problem of Evil

Why do we suffer? Why do bad things happen to good people? Why does God allow us to struggle, to suffer, and to die? These questions are difficult, and they are universal. We who trust that God is truly benevolent must face these questions without flinching.

Skeptics of Christianity often cite the so-called 'problem of evil' to indict Christians, and to indict God. How, they ask, could a loving God - or a supposedly loving follower - live a life with any joy, peace, or contentment while others suffer? Then, they ask, how could anyone be happy in Heaven when they know that others are suffering eternally in Hell? Consider this article as one example of how we might address such an objection.
Mormons and New-Agers have something in common: they often consider the Fall of Man to be a positive development for humanity, rather than a negative one. This contradicts what we read in the Bible, of course. Alisa Childers outlines the problems with this view.
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