Probably one of the most difficult challenges for the Christian to answer in the problem of evil (theodicy) is why it seems that seemingly innocent people suffer. 875 more words
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According to the dictionary function of Google (which I didn’t even know existed until I searched for this word) integrity means “the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness.” This is exactly what Job has, and does not want to lose. 591 more words
Imagine witnessing the devastating plagues against Egypt, walking through the splitting of the Red Sea, looking on as the sea fell on the Egyptian soldiers, seeing the Ten Commandments engraved by the finger of God, and deciding in the end, “I don’t trust the God of Israel.” 1,047 more words
The law of nature is a funny illusion.
It was used to justify slavery until the slaves revolted and claimed their rights.
It was used to sustain colonialism until the Europeans were kicked out and the natives did just fine. 866 more words
In the raging debate on the recent decision by the American supreme court, to legalize gay marriage in the country, the words that have been- most of the time – wrongly thrown around are, “love” and “judge not”. 707 more words