Why are the beautiful things credited to chance?


God good Creator

… but the evil things get blamed on God.

If chance reigns, then any evil is purely chance — or worse, there is no reason to not act evilly I can benefit myself by it. But if God made this great and wonderful world, then men who reject God are responsible for the evil that happens.

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8 responses to “Why are the beautiful things credited to chance?

  1. Good thought to carry the day (and a life time too)
    Leslie

  2. The illogic of rebellion against god knows no bounds!

  3. Such a rebellion against the embodiment of what we call God is somehow intertwined within the DNA of such subjects. Without much thinking, certain judgments are made even against the Being who decreed that we, His created, should not judge

  4. You captured the irony beautifully!

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