Main page:The Problem of Evil: Why Would a Good God Create Suffering?
Human Truth Foundation pages (17):
If I was God, What Would I Do?, in the following sections:
Is Free Will the Reason God Allows Evil and Suffering?, in the following sections:
Is the Christian God Evil? Evidence from Scripture and Nature, in the following sections:
Why God Created Evil: The Absence of Good?, in the following sections:
God Never Needs to Test Us, in the following sections:
Satan and The Devil in World Religions, in the following sections:
How to Kill God and Reduce Religion: 1.1. Things to Bring Up in Debates
Is God All-Powerful? Can God or Anything Truly Be Omnipotent?: 3. The Problem of Evil
Gnosticism (1st-7th Century): The Birth of Christianity: 4. If God is an Imposter and the True God is Hidden, then who are your Friends? (Cain and Judas!)
Infanticide and Heaven: Killing Babies for God: 4. The Problem of Evil
Natural Evil such as Earthquakes: Evidence That God is Not Good: 1. The Problem of Evil
God and Goodness: Can a Perfectly Good God Exist? Is God Love?: 6. The Problem of Evil
The Validity of Love Theodicy: God, Humans, Free Will and Evil
The Crucifixion Facade: 1.3. Did Jesus Die So God Would Know Suffering?
Theological Problems with Heaven, Paradise and Nirvana: 2.1. Why Would God Create Suffering and Pain?
God's Methods of Communication: Universal Truth Versus Hebrew and Arabic: 4. The Existence of Contradictory Religions Tells Us That Either God is Evil or It Doesn't Care What We Believe
The Experience of Evil Theodicy
Not from the Human Truth Foundation, but still relevant (6):
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