Therefore, believing God to encompass all of these traits would leave anyone in their right mind wondering how anything bad could ever happen in the world. Some suggest that accepting two of these three qualities allows for the possibility of evil. For example evil could thrive if God were omniscient and omnibenevolent, but not omnipotent. God would then be all-knowing of the evil that takes place. Also, he would crave goodness in the world.
Sam Harris uses this idea in one of his quotes saying that “Either God can do nothing to stop catastrophes or he doesn’t care to or he doesn’t exist. God is either: impotent, evil or imaginary. Take your pick and choose wisely.” This can speak to many of those who don’t believe in God as this shows how even with this earth God didn’t create it perfectly which leads to natural disasters and if he did create this earth then he must be evil to have created it imperfectly and if a perfect being wants to create something imperfect when he can create it perfectly how is this justifiable? Some people also say that if we are a
Euthanasia should remain illegal Euthanasia is a word with such great meaning but is often misunderstood by individuals. Some define this term as “the right to die” whereas others define it as “the right to kill Euthanasia is the act of encouraging a painless death or looking for the help for a good death. The act of euthanasia often occurs because long-term patients would rather drink poison or get shot by somebody than suffering their whole life fighting against a major disease. The term euthanasia is also known as mercy killing since it’s a way of ending one’s life who is not willing to live anymore.  This happens usually for compassionate reasons such as to reduce the pain of the ill ones.
From Steven Ertelt’s article, we knew that Ewart said, if he chose to live, he would suffer illness, but it did not mean he could cure the disease and have a new life (2008). Patients suffer grievous pain, and those who want to live, have to suffer through the horrible illness. But if there is no hope, and these patients choose to do euthanasia, relief is instantaneous. In addition, people would love to live with happiness. Imagine that your life is filled with pain.
Would you risk the life of an animal if the results could potentially save the life of a human being? According to www.aboutanimaltesting.co.uk, “The vast majority of medical treatments you have used were, at one point, tested on animals”. While many people believe that testing on animals is morally wrong as it causes a lot of pain, suffering and cruelty to animals, others believe that animal testing is acceptable as all experiments are researched and well thought through before taking place. Firstly, certain individuals claim that since some experiments do not give clear results, then they believe that they should not be carried out. According to the Christian Medical Files book, ‘Animal Welfare’: “All experiments should be designed so that they are capable of giving useful results.
However, those rivers were not used as much as they could have been. Even though the Mesopotamians had a very hard way of living life, the Mesopotamians thought that everything was satisfactory so they tried to work around the many mishaps and accidents. They had a very harsh government with the saying “an eye for an eye” which meant, for example, if someone accidentally ran over someone’s son, that person’s son would also be killed even though the son was innocent. The Egyptians and the Mesopotamians had a similar way of preserving sacred artifacts
The Greatness of Human Cloning Human cloning has many beneficial aspects that can help many people in the world. Many religions feel that cloning is against what they believe, but only because they believe it kills people. So far there has never been a human to be successfully cloned. Many people do not want this to happen for the same reason that many religions think, it is against their religion. Cloning does not achieve its goal by splitting a person into two like some bizarre science experiment and making a new embryo.
So here we go(I will constantly be editing it to improve it further) : Capital Punishment Capital punishment has been a subject of great controversy around the world for ages. The important thing is to distinguish between what is right in order to serve justice to an individual. One might argue on the prospect of Capital punishment as a way of serving justice or giving a second chance to the criminal for his ill doings. One of the factors why Capital punishment should be implemented is because if somebody takes ones life then the family of the victim suffers so much trauma.So the only way to end their misery will be to give them justice and create sense of closure which would be to punish the murderer. Nonetheless, some might argue that life is gods gift.
Freedom within itself as been widely abused and misinterpreted since the beginning of life on earth. God gave Adam and Eve freedom the only rule they had to follow was not to eat from one tree. Think how simple life would be on earth today if that was the only thing we needed to stay away from. Leaving one tree alone versus murder, rapists and thieves and not to mention high political figures that have wreaked havoc on the world today because of this misinterpretation of freedom. Adolph Hitler, Jim Jones and even Charles Manson all used the generic meaning of freedom to accomplish their goals that caused so much pain to masses of people.
If you look up the word persecute, it means to afflict, torture, harass, worry or bother. Who in their right mind wants to pray for people who cause us such pain? It’s our human nature to forget about those people; however, Jesus set the standard that we are to follow. He loved, and died for, the very people who ignored, mocked, hated and beat Him. If anyone has the right to hate, it's Jesus; but He chooses to love us even in our darkest, most unlovable