Question 5: Is There Anything Good About Bad Things? We have already explored a lot of questions about the bad things we find in our world. First, we discovered that all bad things come from sin. We then looked at why we suffer for Adam and Eve’s choice to disobey. Then we talked about why
Question 4: Wouldn’t It Be Better If God Didn’t Make Us Free So That We Could Never Sin? We already talked about why bad things, sad things, scary things, and hurtful things happen – they happen because of sin. You might wonder, “Why didn’t God just create us so that we could never sin? Then
Question 3: Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People? In our previous posts, we saw that bad things are the result of sin. Our first parents, Adam and Eve, chose to rebel against God. Their sin caused creation to be cursed and made it so that all humans are born with a sinful nature.
Question 2: If Adam and Eve Were the Ones Who Sinned, Why Do Bad Things Happen to Us? In our previous post, we looked at the question, “Where do bad things come from?” And we saw that all the bad things we see in our world come from sin. Some of the bad things, like
The Foundation blog typically contains articles written for adults, helping them address worldview and apologetic topics with children. However, this blog series was written for children. We encourage you to read through these posts with the children God has placed in your care, to help them critically think through why God allows evil. Introduction God
Have you ever heard the claim that science and Christianity are at odds? A 2011 Barna study found that one of the six primary reasons young adults abandon the faith is their belief that Christianity is anti-science. This is a sad reality. If the God of the Bible truly is the creator and sustainer of
I have often heard the term “mama bear” used to describe overprotective parents. However, this use of the term is misleading. Real mama bears, like the kind you find in the forest or hanging around polar ice caps, are different. These mama bears do protect their young from predators. But they also prepare them for