Pain and Suffering: A Biblical Perspective

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Title: Pain and Suffering: A Biblical Perspective
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Date: June 20, 1998
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Meanwhile Bruce Reichenbach searches for the karmic answer to universal justice, pain and suffering, as well as health and happiness. Like so many mysteries of life there seems to be neither consensus nor uniformity. The greatest contradictory aspect that suffering presents is the apparent discrepancy between the power of God and the realities of life...
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If God is all-powerful, why does anyone suffer? An omnipotent being has power to create any kind of world and change anything in the world instantaneously. Wouldn't such a being eliminate suffering, or prevent it, or at least limit it? Historically, people have responded to this problem in two principal ways...
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