Have you ever considered...”The Problem of Evil” & where it belongs in this world? There is an excerpt by a guy named David Humes, who lived from 1711-1776.
He depicts a conversation between 3 men. Cleanthes, Demea, & Philo, who are having a conversation of Evil in the World & how it relates to God’s Existence.
One portion stood out to me more than the rest. Philo, the antagonist of the story, makes a great point.
Evil has 2 categories,
1. Human Evil
2. Natural Evil
👉🏼Human Evil is the worst, we have literally made other humans suffer in the worst ways imaginable(rape, slavery, torture, etc)
👉🏼Than there is Natural Evil. Which is like diseases & disaster, people being killed for no reason(children being swept away by a hurricane).
Which leads to a question brought up in this story & what David Humes is pointing out.
If God is supposedly all powerful & infinitely good, how does he let children get swept away by hurricanes? What reasoning could he have with disease killing children before they even had a chance to live?
This concludes that either God is not all powerful or that he is not infinitely good either.
Interesting stuff, what do you think?