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Are there philosophical explanations for why God would allow animals to suffer due to non-human causes?

"Dan, your comments are noted. However, answers providing evidence are sought on this site - without evidence they remain comments giving opinions" You want evidence to prove the bible? ...
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Can you express the Trinity in terms of category theory?

As a mathematician myself, the way I view math is affected by being a Christian. Also, I think some parts of math are quite relevant to topics of interest to Christians. However, it is possible to see ...
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How can the Christian faith be reconciled with the Epicurean problem of evil?

@revalation-lad has offered a good answer, I hope to add to it a point that I consider to be undervalued concerning the problem of evil. The problem of evil generally fails to take into account one ...
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How can the Christian faith be reconciled with the Epicurean problem of evil?

Evil should not be take out of context. Isaiah 45:7 (KJV) I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things. YHVH did not just create evil. He ...
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