- Oct 25, 2016
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No, Taz. That's an unbalanced view. You have rationalized your choice for not having a relationship with God.It says that he likes to pretend that he's nice, but feels the need to be extremely cruel. It's not the amounts, it's the deeds.You are dodging the question. I'm using your logic. If the small percentage of handicapped babies means God is mean, then what do the vastly larger percentage of healthy babies say about God?Sure, there is a lot of good in the world, but if I'm god, I'm not making any deformed... babies. So why does god?So you want to define God through exception? How about all the good? How do you explain that?But I'd like to know why god would put a kid through that and make them that way? It's Hitlerian, don't you think?Yes. And you have not any right to deny this, criminal.Is this kid made in god's image?God created us in his image with all his ability, it is up to us to learn to use it wiselyHow could a loving, just, and powerful God allow a tragedy like the coronavirus pandemic? Doesn’t he care that innocent people are suffering and dying? It seems unjust. If God exists, isn't he strong enough to stop this madness?
I once was quite skeptical about faith matters and did not accept these ideas right away. It took time, interaction, reflection, and analysis. But exposure to this reasoning was a necessary start. Maybe this can get you thinking.
Stay safe. And inquisitive
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Doesn't the good vastly outweigh the bad?