Why God permits evil.

Episode 1536

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5 Responses to Why God permits evil.

  1. Truth2Freedom says:

    Reblogged this on Truth2Freedom's Blog.

  2. willjkinney says:

    Sorry, brother, but God DOES create evil.

    Isaiah 45:7 Does God create evil? Is the King James Bible wrong or outdated?

    http://brandplucked.webs.com/isaiah457createevil.htm

    • Selene says:

      Hi.
      The word translated “evil” is from a Hebrew word that means “adversity, affliction, calamity, distress, misery. The context of Isaiah 45:7 makes it clear that something other than “bringing moral evil into existence” is in mind. The context of Isaiah 45:7 is God rewarding Israel for obedience and punishing Israel for disobedience. God pours out salvation and blessings on those whom He favors.

      Read more at http://www.gotquestions.org/Isaiah-45-7.html

      • willjkinney says:

        Hi Selene. IF you had actually read my article on this, you would see that we are in basic agreement. But God DOES create evil. It does not say that God creates sin. The KJB is right. Since brother Todd (like you) does not believe that ANY Bible in ANY language is the inerrant words of God, and he (like you, I suspect) has no absolute standard of written truth, he used the wrong term. He should not have used the word “evil” but “sin”.

        And he is also confused about the alleged distinctions between “thou shalt not kill” and “do not murder” in his fake bible versions he likes so much. By attempting to “correct” an alleged error in the King James Bible – “Thou shalt not kill” – the bogus modern versions end up creating more problems than they solve. Todd’s use of the alleged distinction between “murder” versus “kill” is not accurate. Take his definitions of these words and the alleged difference. Then compare the modern Bible Babble Buffet versions. Hopefully you will see the problems they create.

        Exodus 20:13 and the KJB critics – “Thou shalt not KILL.”

        http://brandplucked.webs.com/exodus2013notkill.htm

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