Befitting Rewards: A Theodicy (Part 4)

In this 4th and final part of the “Befitting Rewards” article series, Lamb’s Harbinger will continue to show that God answers our cries for justice on an intimately personal level. A general, impersonal kind of justice does not satisfy. God answers this by bestowing individualized rewards, which show that God’s sense of goodness and justice …

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Befitting Rewards: A Theodicy (Part 3)

This 3rd part of the “Befitting Rewards” series will continue to defend the character of God as good and loving, caring and–yes–accurately rewarding. God specially rewards the suffering faithful, especially those who are born with deficiencies, as one can read in Part 2 of the same title. But, there is a depth and a wideness …

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Befitting Rewards: A Theodicy (Part 2)

In an earlier blog post (Part 1) by the same title, Lamb’s Harbinger laid the foundation for explaining God’s goodness in the face of physical deficiencies. However, those explanations are admittedly systematic and do not directly address the claims of the afflicted on an individual level. God’s ability to redeem evils in order to turn them …

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Question & Answer: Why does God not go about like a superhero rescuing us from danger?

Q: Why does God not go about like a superhero rescuing us from danger? A: After creation (Genesis 3), mankind chose—contrary to God’s design—to know “good AND evil.” That choice determined the consequential course of this world: danger, sickness, disaster, disease, death. God does not violate mankind’s original choice / free will… nor the course …

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