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According to Christian evolutionists, how can the suffering of evolution be reconciled with a loving God?

Overview There are two ways the term "Christian evolutionist" may be understood. One is to see change in the animal kingdom through the lens of the Bible. The other is to see change through ...
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Is the worship of God coerced?

It is sad that you think there is no good reason to worship God other than what I presume is your fear of death and its aftermath. And sad, too, that you feel ungrateful for life itself, simply ...
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If God knows which people will go to Heaven, why not only create those people?

I applaud you for asking tough questions but there is a logical break in your question that I would like to try and point out. "He could instantly implant all the spiritual growth, experiences, ...
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Is the worship of God coerced?

Is the worship of God coerced? If there was nothing after death, but we believed that God existed, would there be any reason for us to worship God? Other Answers have already touched on this, but I ...
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According to Christian evolutionists, how can the suffering of evolution be reconciled with a loving God?

Preface This post will address death & pain separately. Both death without pain and pain without death are possible. This post will use scriptures of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day ...
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Is the worship of God coerced?

The 3 premises of your question are: After death, there is nothing God exists For a lot of people who suffer greatly, life is not a gift from God and you ask: Why then, worshipping God is an ...
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If God knows which people will go to Heaven, why not only create those people?

The question of whether God could simply "fast forward" earth and simply create free creatures who obey Him was recently asked on this site, so for the sake of answering the first part of ...
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Does the free will rebuttal to the problem of evil still work for those who believe in old earth/evolution?

Yes, there is no reason why old earth / theistic evolution threatens the 'free will' answer to the question 'why is there suffering in the world?' C.S. Lewis defends this position in The Problem of ...
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