Many say that the problem of evil, wickedness, great tragedies, are a mystery that cannot be understood. This is absolutely not true. There is a biblical answer to the most difficult question that plagues us. It is found here in this article.
Scripture asserts suffering is inevitable in a fallen world. Indeed, Christians may suffer more than do unbelievers. Why? Confronted with suffering, biblical individuals raise important questions.
The first book of the Bible, Genesis, and the book of Job explains why God has allowed bad things to happen when he has the power to stop them. William Lane Craig writes, “God has morally sufficient reasons for permitting the evil and suffering in the world.” That morally sufficient reason lies below. "The significant issue that... Continue Reading →
Shortly after a horrifying battle in one war-torn land, where thousands of women and children had been slaughtered; thereafter, being buried in a mass grave surrounded by markers, the following inscription on each marker was found: “Why?” What a painful question this is for the survivors of a tragedy: "why"? It is most often asked... Continue Reading →