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Don"t Blame God! A Biblical Answer to the Problem of Evil, Sin, and Suffering

by Mark H. Graeser

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Christian Educational Services .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Suffering,
  • Religious aspects,
  • Christianity,
  • Consolation,
  • Theodicy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages232
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8521122M
    ISBN 100962897124
    ISBN 109780962897122

    The problem of evil is the most difficult and profound problem known to man. If there is a God, and if God is good, then why do evil, sin and suffering exist? Why does a good God allow bad things to happen? Answers to these questions are called “theodicies,” that is, explanations which seek to vindicate the righteousness or justice of God THE PROBLEM OF EVIL, PAIN, AND SUFFERING by David L. Lipe, Ph.D. Probably no charge has been made with greater frequency or with more intensity against the Chris-tian faith than that the existence of evil cannot be harmonized with the existence of the infinite God of the Bible.

      1. God is Good 2. God created everything 3. Evil exists 4. therefore God created evil This is an illogical syllogism. Why? Because moral evil is not created by God. One definition of moral evil is that it is the absence of good. Something that sho. If God is so good, why is this world filled with suffering and death? The answer is plainly described in Genesis 1–3. God created a “very good” world, but Adam’s rebellion brought a curse and death. The disease and death in the fossil record reflect this curse.

      In fact, one might say that the whole Bible is about the problem of evil: it is the story of how evil entered a good world and how God gained the victory over evil in Jesus Christ. Paul’s letter to the Romans is a summary of that biblical : John Frame. Evil and suffering can sometimes make people question their religious beliefs. Christian beliefs about the origins of suffering in the world and how to respond to this problem vary. Evil is a.


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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Don't Blame God. - A Biblical Answer to the Problem of Evil, Sin, and Suffering/5(17). The book shows biblically that God is not at all to blame, that the cause of all suffering is sin, and it shows whose sin.

It shows why Jesus Christ is the fulcrum of history in this regard, and resolves the seemingly apparent contradiction between the nature of the Old Testament God and that of the New Testament God, which, of course are the /5(17).

A Biblical Answer to the Problem of Evil, Sin, and Suffering The sub-title of this page book is “A Biblical Answer to the Problem of Evil, Sin, and Suffering.” It addresses what is probably the number one question most people have about God: If He is a loving God, why is there such rampant human suffering.

This book shows biblically that God is not at all to blame, that the cause of all suffering is sin, and it shows whose sin. It shows why Jesus Christ is the fulcrum of history in this regard, and resolves the seemingly apparent contradiction between the nature of the Old Testament God and that of the New Testament God, which, of course are the /5(11).

Don’t Blame God shows biblically that God is not at all to blame, that the cause of all suffering is sin, and it shows whose sin. It shows why Jesus Christ is the fulcrum of history in this regard, and resolves the seemingly apparent contradiction between the nature of the Old Testament God and that of the New Testament God, which, of course.

A Biblical Answer to the Problem of Evil, Sin and Suffering. John W. Schoenheit and Others1 Rating The Bible says that God is love, but it is and Suffering book to believe that if you think He is the cause of suffering and death.

This book shows what He says in His Word: that God does not cause suffering and death. Don't Blame God, 6th Edition 5/5(1).

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If God said He will work in your life and He will help you through trials as a Christian, then He will do just that. Don’t just tell God you’re going to trust Him, actually do it.

Quotes “If you don’t do your part, don’t blame God.” Billy Sunday “Don’t hang on to old hurts. You can spend your years blaming God, blaming other. Question: "What is the biblical solution to the problem of evil?" Answer: Broadly stated, the “problem of evil” is the seeming contradiction between an all-powerful, all-loving God and the human experience of suffering and evil in the world.

Critics claim that the existence of evil is proof that the omnipotent, omnibenevolent God of the Bible cannot exist. This book shows what He says in His Word: that God does not cause suffering and death. God is for you, and His abiding love for you is fathomless.

Understanding what the Bible says about the nature of God and the actual cause of evil, sin, and suffering will help you grow immensely in your love for God and His Son, Jesus Christ. Suffering is a consequence of The Fall, not the desired norm of creation, and God is grieved by the presence of sin and suffering in this world.

However, I believe it is unnecessary to reject God's foreknowledge to achieve a position that sees God as innocent of the results of a corrupted system/5. This is a book about the goodness of God. The Bible says that God is love, but it is hard to believe that if you think He is the cause of suffering and death.

This book shows what He says in His Word: that God does not cause suffering and death. God is for you, and His abiding love for you is fathomless. Understanding what the Bible says about the nature of God and the actual.

People are inclined to blame the devil in order to remove their guilt, justify their actions, and ignore their responsibility and the things God wants to teach them through their suffering.

This has been true from the very beginning as we see so clearly with Eve’s answer in blaming the serpent when faced with her sin in the garden. Therefore, just as sin came into the world through one man, and death through sin, and so death spread to all men because all sinned— Isaiah ESV / 6 helpful votes Helpful Not Helpful I form light and create darkness, I make well-being and create calamity, I.

Job's three friends had taken the position that the severity of Job's suffering must be the sign of some grievous sin in his life. God is punishing Job. But Job silences these three by showing that is no correlation in this world between righteousness and prosperity or between wickedness and suffering.

In previous articles, we have seen that denials of God’s existence and biblical miracles rest on unreasonable, blind-faith assumptions or presuppositions.

But, what about claims of contradictions in Scripture, the foundation of our faith. Do they rest on the same unjustified assumptions. Let’s see as we listen to Mr.

A and Mr. C discuss “the problem of evil.”. Don’t Blame God shows biblically that God is not at all to blame, that the cause of all suffering is sin, and it shows whose sin. It shows why Jesus Christ is the fulcrum of history in this regard, and resolves the seemingly apparent contradiction between the nature of the Old Testament God and that of the New Testament God, which, of course /5(14).

So you see, the human penchant for blame -- that is, the desire to displace responsibility -- has a major effect on our view of God. Where the relationship to God is concerned, it is crucial to admit that negative views of God result directly from our reluctance to take responsibility for difficulties we and other humans create.

As long as it. If God, Why Evil. by Norm Geisler is a sharp, intellectual stab at the heart of one of Christianity's most vexing questions (and yes, that question just happens to be the title).

While the book is brief, Geisler brings all his apologetic weight to bear and the result is a pleasure to read/5. Is God to Blame? This is often the question that comes to mind when you confront real suffering in your life or in the lives of those you love.

Pastor Boyd deals with this question honestly and biblically while avoiding glib answers. Writing for ordinary Christians, Boyd wrestles with a variety of answers that have been offered by theologians and pastors in the past.5/5(2).The problem of evil has produced many responses and elicited vigorous debate.

In this multiview book, five philosophical theologians discuss and defend different solutions to this ancient problem: Phillip Cary on the classic view, William Lane Craig on Molinism, William Hasker on open theism, Thomas Jay Oord on essential kenosis, and Stephen Wykstra on skeptical theism.The Bible emphatically answers no!

Suffering was not part of Jehovah God’s purpose for mankind. However, the first human couple rebelled against God’s rulership, choosing to set their own standards of good and bad.

They turned away from God and suffered the consequences. Today we are experiencing the effects of their bad choice. But in no.