Why Does God Allow Imperfection

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God allows imperfections because if God is all-powerful, all loving and supreme being, then why does He allow imperfections, problems and sins in his own creation? First of all, it is possible that God has reasons for allowing imperfections to exist that we simply cannot understand. In this the Christian can have confidence in God, knowing that His ways are above our ways. As the Bible says, the just shall live by faith. God may be letting problems, and sins, its course in order to prove that evil is malignant and that suffering, which is the unfortunate product of evil, is further proof that anything contrary to God’s will is bad, harmful, painful, and leads to death. God and His created order, but God has not left us alone in this fallen world. He continued to enter this world, pointing us to Himself, to truth, to morality, purity, and love. He used the evil of the world (liars, perjurers, the envious, etc.), to bring His Son to the cross so that we might have the opportunity to obtain eternal life. In this, God has not stepped away from falling creation, but has stepped into it…show more content…
God is not stopping people from exercising their free will. Think about this: If someone said that God should stop evil and suffering, then should God stop all evil and suffering? If God only stopped some of it, then we would still be asking the same question of why it exists. So, if we want God to stop evil and suffering, then He must stop all of it. We have no problem with this when it means stopping a catastrophe, or a murder, or a rape. But what about when someone thinks of something evil? Evil is destructive whether it is acted out or not. Hatred and bigotry in someone’s heart are wrong. If it is wrong, and if God is to stop all evil, then He must stop that person from thinking his own thoughts. To do that, God must remove his freedom of
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