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"If there is a 🤬 , why does he allow so much suffering"
Do some people really believe that (extreme) suffering disproves the idea of a 🤬 rather than just a compassionate 🤬 ? I don't believe in a 🤬 , or any other supernatural entity, because I think the idea of a non-material 'spirit' is logically impossible, the existence of unbearable suffering has nothing to do with it. Before I became an atheist I believed in a non-interventionist 🤬 who was only capable of providing emotional support, it wasn't any personal or emotional 'trauma' that convinced me that there wasn't a 🤬 , I just decided to be honest with myself about what I genuinely believed. How people can explain an all-powerful and compassionate 🤬 who allows people to suffer is a completely separate issue from whether or not some kind of all-powerful, or at least supernatural, being exists.
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