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On Theodicean Errors


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It’s heresy to say the world is full of evil apart from a predetermined plan and purpose of God.

The same goes for most of the answers to the problem of evil—they fail because they attempt to reconcile the truth about God and the existence of evil to the satisfaction of the unbelieving world. They’re too focused on rounding off the sharp edges of biblical truth in order to accommodate philosophies and worldviews that are openly hostile to God and His Word—to conform God’s goodness and power to the boundaries and limitations of the unilluminated mind (cf. 1 Cor. 1:18; 2:14).

—John MacArthur, None Other (Reformation Trust, 2017), 54.



Posted 2018·04·10 by David Kjos
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