Challenge theists to answer this…

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2 Responses to Challenge theists to answer this…

  1. shematwater says:

    As one who believes in a God who is all powerful I cannot accept A.
    As one who believes in a God who is all loving I cannot accept B.
    As one who believes in a God who is purely Good I cannot accept C.
    As one who believes in God I cannot accept D.

    Of course, the truth is not listed as an option here, so I will add it as E:
    He could prevent terrible things, and he desperately does not want them to happen. Yet he knows that if he were to interfere too much in our agency than our growth and progression would be stunted and we could never reach our full potential. So, he prevents them when doing so will not interfere too much with our growth, but does not when doing so would cause such interference (or at least too much interference).

  2. vonleonhardt2 says:

    As a theist B or C

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