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Omnibenevolence

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In view of the evils and suffering in the world, such Christian attempts have been futile, for it is obvious that if God is the creator of all that is, He must have been either directly or indirectly the creator of all the disharmony, wickedness, and misery in the world, as was indeed alleged by many Jewish rabbis, following statements in the Hebrew scriptures. Ancient philosophers all taught that the heart of things was divine harmony and that whatever evil, distortion, and obliquity might exist in the world is ultimately traceable back to the imperfect intelligence of evolving beings, who by their manifold conflicts of thought and will thus produce disharmony, relative confusion, and hence evil, in the scheme of things. Evil is a moral exercise but why do innocent people need the exercise. Evil is the result of man's wickedness but what about non-human evils: This view was replaced during Christian ages by the attempt of many writers to rescue the reputation of the Christian God, who on the one hand is said to be the creator of everything and who yet is supposed to be the fountain of love, mercy, harmony, and goodness. Evil is undesirable but an unavoidable aspect of the best of possible worlds but isn't God the one responsible for the design of the world? If He is both willing and able which is consistent with the nature of God , where does evil come from and why doesn't He prevent it? Good can come of evil but doesn't evil breed more evil? Evil brings good in the long run but men must live in the short run.

Omnibenevolence


Evil brings good in the long run but men must live in the short run. But this thought has been denied by Christians who refuse to accept their God of love and justice as the creator of evil, and thus they had recourse to the Devil, who himself must have been created by their omniscient God. If He has the power but not the will, this is malignity and thus contrary to His nature. If He has the will and not the power, this shows weakness which is contrary to the nature of God. In view of the evils and suffering in the world, such Christian attempts have been futile, for it is obvious that if God is the creator of all that is, He must have been either directly or indirectly the creator of all the disharmony, wickedness, and misery in the world, as was indeed alleged by many Jewish rabbis, following statements in the Hebrew scriptures. Good can come of evil but doesn't evil breed more evil? Evil is necessary to highlight the good but isn't good able to recommend itself? Evil is the result of man's wickedness but what about non-human evils: Evil is a moral exercise but why do innocent people need the exercise. What we call evil is not really evil but good but if everything is good and we think it is evil, isn't that error an evil in itself? Evil is undesirable but an unavoidable aspect of the best of possible worlds but isn't God the one responsible for the design of the world? This view was replaced during Christian ages by the attempt of many writers to rescue the reputation of the Christian God, who on the one hand is said to be the creator of everything and who yet is supposed to be the fountain of love, mercy, harmony, and goodness. If He is neither willing nor able, He is both impotent and malignant and thus cannot be God. Ancient philosophers all taught that the heart of things was divine harmony and that whatever evil, distortion, and obliquity might exist in the world is ultimately traceable back to the imperfect intelligence of evolving beings, who by their manifold conflicts of thought and will thus produce disharmony, relative confusion, and hence evil, in the scheme of things. If He is both willing and able which is consistent with the nature of God , where does evil come from and why doesn't He prevent it?

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4 Replies to “Omnibenevolence”

  1. Good can come of evil but doesn't evil breed more evil? Evil is undesirable but an unavoidable aspect of the best of possible worlds but isn't God the one responsible for the design of the world?

  2. In view of the evils and suffering in the world, such Christian attempts have been futile, for it is obvious that if God is the creator of all that is, He must have been either directly or indirectly the creator of all the disharmony, wickedness, and misery in the world, as was indeed alleged by many Jewish rabbis, following statements in the Hebrew scriptures. If He is both willing and able which is consistent with the nature of God , where does evil come from and why doesn't He prevent it?

  3. If He is neither willing nor able, He is both impotent and malignant and thus cannot be God. Ancient philosophers all taught that the heart of things was divine harmony and that whatever evil, distortion, and obliquity might exist in the world is ultimately traceable back to the imperfect intelligence of evolving beings, who by their manifold conflicts of thought and will thus produce disharmony, relative confusion, and hence evil, in the scheme of things.

  4. But this thought has been denied by Christians who refuse to accept their God of love and justice as the creator of evil, and thus they had recourse to the Devil, who himself must have been created by their omniscient God.

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