Argumentative Essay On God's Providence

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There are many theologian perspectives in the chapter of God 's providence that are very have been thoroughly suggested. Although one is not better than the other I believe there are some ideals in which I agree with more than the other. Migliore points out that traditional theologians agree the incomprehensibility of God . “We do not know why there is so much evil in the world, or why it is distributed so unevenly, but we are nevertheless to trust God and have patience” (p.127). Another point is that revolves in theodicy is whether it is God allows for disasters to occurs not. I would like to give my own thoughts based on these concepts. If theologians agree that we as humans may not know more than God himself then I think …show more content…
Naturally we like to do what we think is right even if others do not agree with us. When there are disruptions that causes human suffering there are people who are aware of those circumstances and know it is wrong . We cannot just believe that it is what God wanted for us to reflect and leave it alone. If we as humans to have a degree of power to solve it. In addition, I disagree with Barth’s insistence that only God will be able to rule over evil and the claim that “ When individual human beings, groups or enemies, claim for themselves the right and the power to rid the world of evil they become themselves agents of evil” (p.132) . However many times disruptions in the world may be unseen and unheard of therefore we have to rely on individuals and their morals. Going back to the point of acknowledging our power as humans to do what is right at the time needed instead of doing nothing and accepting that God has a plan is of service to human beings …show more content…
In my opinion we are bound to deteriorate physically because we are part of an ongoing cycle. We are part of patterns and cycles like changing seasons, but similar to weather where it can be predicted but never accurate or when unfortunate events may occur without a clue. It is not to say it 's not uncontrollable, for example to an extent we can care for our bodies as much as we want by eating healthy, exercising. However, if death strikes and can be unpredictable. Death and other adversities happen that it was not for a specific reason that we want it to be but for a reason only God knows. If we do not know why certain things happen to us we must see learn from those experiences and do our best to

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