Why does an all-powerful, all-knowing God allow bad things to happen to good people? It’s a key problem philosophers and theologians have struggled with for millennia.
In philosophy and ethics, the terms good & evil refer to polar opposites on a linear scale. Good is considered to be morally right and positive while evil is morally bad and often associated with deliberately causing harm to others. Good and evil are defined through personal judgment, society’s laws & culture, and religious doctrine. Browse articles on the subject of good & evil below.
An article on the characteristics we tend to associate with God.
Religion is one of those vague, umbrella terms that is incredibly difficult to define because it encompasses so many traditions of varying beliefs.
A framework for looking at religion from a philosophical perspective.
The struggle between two opposing forces is known as “dualism.” Here’s a breakdown of several types of dualism common to religious writings.
Is someone born evil or are they nurtured to become evil?