Hotel Rwanda Reflection

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Personally when I think of a hotel, I think of a warm comfortable bed, a relaxing time, and maybe even a complimentary breakfast. Unfortunately that isn’t what happened in the film Hotel Rwanda, which is based on a true story. Throughout the film, the nation Uganda experienced a genocide. This occurred because the president was assassinated before he changed the nation’s monetary policy. Following the assassination, the the nation’s divided social groups began to murder one another. Throughout the chaos of the what I viewed, I wondered where God was. If he was there, shouldn’t he have the power to stop all this?
God is known to be almighty, powerful, and all knowing. This being said, many also believe that God was the cause for the genocide. As if he does everything for a reason. If you think this is true, then you need to ask yourself if God is punishing you or teaching you a lesson, or if you did something to deserve all this. Throughout Rwanda I personally don’t believe God intended for any of this to happen.
Many say God is omnipotent. If he was omnipotent, shouldn 't he have stopped the mass murder? Even though it didn 't stop right away, I think God did work through those that have a good intention. Paul in the movie, was the way God intervened. I believe the good in paul mostly came from the
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This project face the issues of theodicy. Firstly, it seems quite futile. The reason being that people in this era, mostly only hear a small amount of news of what’s going on around the world. As I’m typing this right now, I bet we have some tragedy happening somewhere around the world with no news cast to film it, thus making us clueless of the situation. Something I’ve learned over the years is that people want to help in tragic situations, but don’t know how. When they find out how, many see if they have the time to spare to see if they can help. Sadly, I’m one of those that is booked on time, but do want to

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