Yet did God create bad, or is bad a result of something else? Anytime you talk about a creator, he will have characteristics. If there are no characteristics, the creator is not a creator. It is simply the juices that jump started life.
(Original post by aljolson)
Simply because if God exists as the creator, the explicitly he created all things, good or bad.
Last edited by Okashira; 25-06-2012 at 17:08.
I believe the most logical reasoning when concerning the possibility of a creator (meaning something made this place on purpose), is that this creator is more perfect in understanding than we are. That he is more moral than us as well, because it's been shown that evil is less than good. Evil can even go against the person who's dishing it out. So if the creator were evil, he himself could be destroyed and would be.
This shows that evil is something more along the lines of where we are, and wouldn't be something a creator has. So it's reasonable to say there is no evil in God.
Last edited by Okashira; 25-06-2012 at 17:25.
It does not matter my motives when considering destroying a city.
(Original post by Hylean)
Because we have no way of judging or knowing God's motives at the moment, whereas we can know and judge ours. It's like judging a book by its cover. You say being suffer with "no just cause", but you don't know there is "no just cause".
Edit: That is if I don't have any just cause to do it, like I mentioned in my first post.
Last edited by miser; 25-06-2012 at 17:35.