Good versus Evil

Good versus Evil

The basis of this argument questions the existence of God based on the evil that is evident in all corners of the world. This argument brings to light the fact that evil should not exist if God himself exists. To understand the scrutiny of this argument, it is important to posit that Biblically, man brought evil on himself after he ate the forbidden fruit in the garden of Aden. But on the other hand, the bible teaches and identifies the fact that God is a loving God. Hence the argument that if God is all loving, then why should all the evils in the world exists?

There are a number of assumptions in this argument. First of all, there is a God. Secondly, there is evil everywhere in this world. Thirdly, human beings believe in a supreme power. On the other hand, this argument concludes that evil must not be present in the world if there is a God. In a perfect situation, no one would support evil. As various bodies throughout the world have put it, human beings are notoriously religious. Therefore, people believe there is a God who is all loving, caring, and omnipotent. This argument questions whether believing in God who does not stop the horrible things that happen in our everyday life is foolish. This statement portrays anger and hatred towards the upheaval of God. Biblically, God is the creator of all things. Therefore he is the creator of the good and the evil. The Bible also posits that the cause of all suffering is sin. This shows that the evil that befalls man is of his own doing. Death, on the other hand, is considered an avenue or path through which human beings must pass through in order to be with God.

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