Posted: Nov 07, 2019 4:45 pm
by aban57
Your argument is nothing new. Epicurus wrotre that, about 2300 years ago :

God, he says, either wishes to take away evils, and is unable; or He is able, and is unwilling; or He is neither willing nor able, or He is both willing and able. If He is willing and is unable, He is feeble, which is not in accordance with the character of God; if He is able and unwilling, He is envious, which is equally at variance with God; if He is neither willing nor able, He is both envious and feeble, and therefore not God; if He is both willing and able, which alone is suitable to God, from what source then are evils? Or why does He not remove them?


Also, you seem to start with the premise that Christians can be sensible to rational arguments. Good luck finding convincing evidence for that.