5 Resources To Help You Answer The Question, “Why Does A Good God Allow Bad Things To Happen?”

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It’s no secret that we live in a broken and fallen world; every day the evening news confirms this. Natural disasters. Babies dying. Kids killing other kids. Cancer. The list goes on and on.

One of the questions that often comes up is: “Why does a good God allow bad things to happen?” This is a great question and not one that God is scared to answer.

Below you’ll find several clips from messages here at Watermark that will help you think through the answer to this question. We hope these resources encourage and strengthen your faith in the God whom Nahum 1:7 reminds us is good and can be trusted in times of trouble.

5 Resources To Help You Answer The Question “Why Does A Good God Allow Bad Things To Happen?

1. Explaining Evil: The Second Framework of Truth

2. Our-Reasonable-Faith: A Conversation and A Charge

3. If God Exists Why Does He Allow Evil?

4. Terror, War, Hurricanes and God – Making Sense Out of All That Rattles Our Senses

This is a series our senior pastor, Todd Wagner, gave before we started capturing videos; therefore we only have the audio recordings. However, we want to encourage you to take time to visit this series and listen through the messages as they will help you work through the question of “Why does God allow bad things to happen?”

5. Where Did Evil Come From If Everything God Created Is Good?

The following video is from our weekly video series, Real Truth. Real Quick. which answers the question “Where did evil come from if everything God created is good?

If you have any questions about the resources we posted, or about how God can allow (blank) to happen  please leave a comment below, we’d love to connect with you.

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