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The Problem of Evil, Part II

In my last post I talked about how God and evil can logically coexist.  I explained this by saying that if mankind is to have freewill, then evil and pain must also exist.  There were some problems with the explanation I gave however, and some scenarios we can think of that seem to defy this … Continue reading

The Problem of Evil

            The existence of evil has proven to be a thorn in the side of Christianity for a long time.  Thank you Sherlock, for that brilliant insight, is what my Dad might say after reading that, so let me explain a little more.  If God is all-powerful, all-loving, and all-knowing, why is there suffering and … Continue reading

Are people who have never heard of God going to Hell?

The concept of hell and eternal punishment raises many questions, but there’s one in particular that I want to talk about in this post.  You’re probably aware that one of the main Christian beliefs is that if you don’t believe in God or you reject Him, then you’re going to wind up in hell.  But … Continue reading

Christians and Christ

 Last time I posted on making over-hasty generalizations.  In this post I want to extend that a bit in regards to Christianity itself.  Another unfair generalization I sometimes see people make is to judge Christianity on the actions of Christians.  Ok, I know that this seems kind of counter-intuitive and you may be thinking “Shouldn’t … Continue reading

Generally Grievous

Don’t you just hate blue-eyed people?  I sure do, I can’t stand ‘em.  They’re all the same, with their stupid blue-eyes.  When I was much younger I had a blue-eyed friend and we got on fine until one day he cheated off my test and then I was the one who got detention for it. … Continue reading

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