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DeVry RELI448 Week 5 Discussion 1 & 2 Latest 2016 November

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Judaism and the Prophetical Tradition (graded)

The prophet Amos spoke out against the injustices of the Northern Kings of Israel. He set the tone for centuries of prophetical figures in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. A central theme of the prophetical tradition is social justice. Read Amos 2:6-16; 5:14-15 in this regard (see the Webliography for an online Bible). Do you think churches have done enough with regard to social inequality, poverty, injustice, and so on? What one issue do you think churches should address today?dq 2

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Biblical Themes: The Problem of Evil (graded)

Epicurus is generally credited with first expounding the problem of evil, and it is sometimes called "the Epicurean paradox": "Either God wants to abolish evil, and cannot; or he can, but does not want to. If he wants to, but cannot, he is impotent. If he can, but does not want to, he is wicked. If God can abolish evil, and God really wants to do it, why is there evil in the world?" The problem of evil poses this question: how can a God who is all-powerful, all-wise, and all-good permit so much pain, suffering, and evil in the world? How would you answer this question?


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Preview: result everyone is living good, people will give glory to themselves and will not seek God at all. Let's see the story of the rich man in Luke 12:19-20, “And I will say to my soul, Soul, thou hast much goods laid up for many years; take thine ease, eat, drink, and be merry.” In verse 20, “But God said unto him, Thou fool, this night thy soul shall be required of thee: then whose shall those things be, which thou hast provided?” In my opinion I think God allows evil to humble us so that we do not behave like the rich man in the Bible.VeronicaHi Professor Henke, I think the line of reasoning of evil in the world and why G… Collapse Mark as ReadRE: The free will perspectiveBrittany Bubeck Email this Author11/27/2016 5:44:33 PMHello Professor and Class, I think this is a great concept to why God does not make everything good. We are free to make our choices, and because of that any choice made is directly related to us. If you make a bad or good choice it was you making that decision not god or anything else. When you are held accountable for what you have done, this puts every decision and repercussion after it on you. We are given the choice to do as we please in order to see if we are inherently good or evil. If we were not given free will, no choice would be our own.Hello Professor and Class, I think this is a great concept to why God does not m… Collapse Mark as ReadRE: The Problem Of EvilBridget Hayden Email this Author11/27/2016 9:46:26 PMJoclyn,Great post ! I could not agree with you any more ! From sufferring comes great wisdom that helps us in more ways than we even realize. During the time of pain, often we question why we are going through this and we seek God for that knowledge. Once we are out of the pain and reflect back we realize exactly why we went through that and we are able to thank God for what we learned. BridgetJoclyn, Great post ! I could not agree with you any more ! From sufferring comes… Collapse Mark as ReadWhy still evil still.....
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