Why does a good God allow suffering?

Hey Youths!
Starting tomorrow, we’re going to be tackling some tough questions together as a youth for our DOUBT SERIES!
Questions that are frequently asked by both non-Christians AND Christians, questions that we often cast aside because they’re difficult to answer, questions that may even cause us to question our God and doubt our own faith. But it’s SO important that we’re able to defend our faith, and defend our beliefs, not to win arguments, but in order to stand up for our God in this fallen world. It’s going to be an interesting month, so you don’t want to miss out!!!
If you have non-believing friends that you’ve never invited to youth before, this month is the month!! The worst that could happen if you ask is to get a ‘no’, which is what you would get from not asking anyways, so go crazy and invite your friends to join us!!
7:30pm Friday, usual time, usual place. We’ll be discussion on the topic “Why does a good God allow suffering?” The debate proposed by many people is that our God cannot possibly be “All-powerful” AND “all-loving”. The existence of suffering must mean that He is either all-powerful but not loving enough to care, or all-loving but not powerful enough to end it…what do you think?
We’ll find out more tomorrow smile emoticon


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