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The Problem of Evil: Why Would a Good God Create Suffering?

Human Truth Foundation pages (23):

Natural Evil such as Earthquakes: Evidence That God is Not Good, in the following sections:

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:

Satan and The Devil in World Religions, 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:

The Food Chain and God, in the following sections:

The Experience of Evil Theodicy

The Concept of a Perfect God is Impossible: 3. An Imperfect Creation

The Crucifixion Facade: 1.3. Did Jesus Die So God Would Know Suffering?

The Validity of Love Theodicy: God, Humans, Free Will and Evil

God and Goodness: Can a Perfectly Benevolent God Exist?: 6. The Problem of Evil

How to Kill God and Reduce Religion: 1.1. Things to Bring Up in Debates

Moral Relativism: Absolute Morality is Not Possible: 2. Morals From God

Theological Problems with Heaven, Paradise and Nirvana: 2.1. Why Would God Create Suffering and Pain?

Is God All-Powerful? Can God or Anything Truly Be Omnipotent?: 3. The Problem of Evil

Infanticide and Heaven: Killing Babies for God: 4. The Problem of Evil

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

A List of Denominations of Satanism: 1. Types of Satanism

The Food Chain: 2.2. The Design of Earth's Food Chain is 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!)

If There is a God, It Must Be Evil

Not from the Human Truth Foundation, but still relevant (7):

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