A defence of Christianity
Christianity & suffering
The problem of evil is seen as the biggest defeater for Christian belief, how should we as Christians respond? Here I have prepared a series of articles dealing with the challenge philosophically and then importantly theologically. As healthy as a philosophical answer may be, It is Christianity we are defending, not Deism, Islam etc.
The logical problem of evil
Is it logically possible suffering and God can co-exist?
The Probability problem of evil
Is it probable that God and suffering can co-exist?
The Big Questions
Why some people think there is no answer to the problem of evil
Why do we suffer for Adams sin?
Working through the Logic from Adam to us
Why do bad things happen to good people? (Part 1)
Are there no good people? (Part 2)
Looking at the idea of good-less people
What about those who have never heard?
Are some people disadvantaged on the judgement day?
What’s fair about eternal punishment?
Looking at hell and the idea of justice unfolding
Is free will worth it considering all the suffering in the world?
Would it be better if we just never happened?
Wasn’t there another way?
Many of us have thought it, some try to imagine it. But is it truly a conceivable concept in the larger picture?
Will we have free will in heaven?
If we're free to mess up now, what about heaven?
Will eternity be boring?
Many Christians are worried about heaven, what lies have we been told about this place?
The Cosmic battle of the cross: The missing answer in the problem of evil debate.
What fundamental plotline has been ignored in this important debate?
Suffering and the love of God
Where is God personally in our suffering? What is he doing?