The Problem of Evil
The Problem of Evil
1 Peter 3:15; Habakkuk 1:1-3; Isaiah 55:8-9
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Sunday School,  November 11, 2012

“If God really exists, then why is there so much evil and suffering in the world?” This is a common objection to a biblical worldview. People will point to horrifying wickedness, universal suffering, deadly disease, and natural disasters as sufficient evidence that either God does not exist, or if he exists he does not care. What is the believer’s response to such a challenge (1 Peter 3:15)?

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