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Dean Ortner - May 16, 2021

The Origin and Problem of Evil

Have you ever heard this: “How can you be a Christian and believe in a God when in our universe is the presence of evil, babies that die, 9/11, riots and terrorism tragedies? How can a good God who could or would permit evil, yet could destroy it, but He allows it? Why would He create a universe where men could reject Him and end up in a lake of fire for all eternity? “That is a cosmic Nazi.” I heard one guy say. Charles Baudelair, the French atheist, in looking at the universe with its evil said, If there is a God, He is my Devil. If the universe is as the universe was and shall be, I don’t want any part of this God.

From Series: "Missionary Speakers"

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Dean Ortner - May 16, 2021

The Origin and Problem of Evil

Have you ever heard this: “How can you be a Christian and believe in a God when in our universe is the presence of evil, babies that die, 9/11, riots and terrorism tragedies? How can a good God who could or would permit evil, yet could destroy it, but He allows it? Why would He create a universe where men could reject Him and end up in a lake of fire for all eternity? “That is a cosmic Nazi.” I heard one guy say. Charles Baudelair, the French atheist, in looking at the universe with its evil said, If there is a God, He is my Devil. If the universe is as the universe was and shall be, I don’t want any part of this God.

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Dean Ortner - May 16, 2021

The Origin and Problem of Evil

Have you ever heard this: “How can you be a Christian and believe in a God when in our universe is the presence of evil, babies that die, 9/11, riots and terrorism tragedies? How can a good God who could or would permit evil, yet could destroy it, but He allows it? Why would He create a universe where men could reject Him and end up in a lake of fire for all eternity? “That is a cosmic Nazi.” I heard one guy say. Charles Baudelair, the French atheist, in looking at the universe with its evil said, If there is a God, He is my Devil. If the universe is as the universe was and shall be, I don’t want any part of this God.

From Series: "Missionary Speakers"

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