Hume considers an ancient argument based on the existence of evil that is intended to establish this (negative) conclusion. It comes in the form of “Epicurus's old questions” which remain “unanswered” (D, 10.25/198). The questions are these: Is God willing to prevent evil but unable to do so? Then he is not omnipotent. Is God able to prevent evil but unwilling to do so? Then he is malevolent (or at least less than perfectly good). If God is both willing and able to prevent evil then why is there evil in the world?
A story that goes around is that the devil was an angel that could not learn. Because he could not learn, he started tormenting human kind.
Quora,devil, however, states that the devil rebelled against God together with a few other angels.
The Catholic literature is full of cases of demoniac possession, very famous ones, as we can see in Catholic.
We do notice that a couple, for instance, which could be told to be the smallest social cell in human kind, since we could not call one individual something social, has solidity score that is proportional to the number of times they chose each other before highest opposition to their association, so say a seductive and highly interesting person of the other gender trying to have sex with one of the members of the couple.
It is obviously how the couple shares that event, as well as how it deals with it, what makes all difference on earth.
We can only strengthen our connection with God via struggles of the type demoniac temptation.
God tells us that we are free to choose even between Him and the devil, so that He will only pick those who made an absolutely conscious choice regarding becoming His people.
If we do not have the temptations, we do not have to make choices, and therefore we do not have to have consciousness.
Understanding, wisdom, and intelligence seem to have been given to us in a progressive manner.
It could be the case that the more we prove to God that we can make good choices and therefore face demoniac challenges and still be part of His team, the more God gives us understanding, wisdom, and intelligence, and that makes us be something more similar, or closer, to Him.
If I am a very important person or entity, I would like to create the largest amount of protocols as possible to impose as opposition to people having access to me with the intents of not wasting my resources with those who do not deserve me somehow, so say people who are going to be impolite, as for what we currently think in human kind.
God simply wants to deal with the best we have and only those.
Just like it is in our collective unconscious, and this is an expression coined by Carl Gustav Jung (Jung, CU), since we have so many competitions with progressive degrees of difficulty, it is with God, with us then reaching the conclusion that we might each day acquire thinking processes that go closer to God’s processes after understanding that.
We all have this passion for competitions, and they usually, these days, have progressive degrees of difficulty: The Wheel of Fortune would be one of those (Wheel).
What makes us even think about competitions?
It all comes within our souls, more than likely.
Losers would commit a number of sins before being cast, like the devil, to hell.
Winners would commit almost no sins compared to them and they would then go straight to heavens, enjoying the privileges of life after death, which would have to do, first of all, with knowledge and power over human kind, and being happy for an eternity.
If there are no challenges, and therefore no satans, there is no way to sift, first of all.
The compulsive sinner will then ask what the problem with that is.
We must then remember that we do not ask permission to God to procreate for ages.
Instead, we invented that we all can and should.
If we do not ask permission to God, and it is all mostly a matter of genes and physical vehicle, God may not be happy with our procreative habits these days, right?
In this case, He might think that some of us should pay for being so arrogant and prepotent.
One of the most important teachings we get from the Old Testament is definitely that obedience to God’s orders is a must to have God in our favor.
God stopped communicating with human kind in a face-to-face mode by Christ’s time, as for all reports we have or know about these days.
Because God got really upset with us.
It is possible that Christ was His human representation and He then was unmade and transformed in spiritual essence. In this case, God is weakened in terms of supreme authority, but we are more likely to get good things whilst in the human body because we have more intercessors to go for and one of those might be, for instance, our husband or wife who loved us.
It is possible that the existence of Jesus is an actual curse: Never anything similar to what we say or to how we represent it, and always destined to injure us to maximum degree, for instance with the figure of the instantaneous forgiveness.
It is then possible that we were in this world to take that curse away from human kind when we got the book that revealed the actual message contained in what we would like to have been Christ's life (Have You Done Something Good for Someone Else Today?).
It might be that Christ cursed us from the cross and was really powerful, and could really do that, so that God never spoke to us directly anymore because we did not deserve it, so perhaps Christ tells God to forgive us, but, at the same time, He says that we do not deserve seeing the face of God as he is going through the painful process of crucifixion.
It is still possible that Christ never existed and it is all an invention involving the name of God and the worst possible blasphemy: That God was human, lived amongst us, and diedplus lived in a pathetic way, which included, amongst others, splitting husbands from their wives and fathers from their kids.
Our little invention could have cost us, as a race, the possibility of seeing God face-to-face.
With freedom being given to us little by little by God, we started making our own decisions.
God has only one way to test and strengthen our hearts, minds, and soul: Exposing us to challenges.
God, just like any entity who dominates others, does not need us, especially in high figures. We need Him instead.
Things being such, He feels that He can impose whatever difficulty it is to us.
Having into consideration that there is a passage in the Bible that tells us to always choose the straightest door (Matthew), we should obviously say thanks God when we receive the opportunity of facing the devil once more, be it at work, life or anywhere else.
Each opportunity to face the devil should be seen as one more door being opened to us, one more level in the staircase to heaven being offered to us.
We may all lose in the inferior levels and we then have to pray hard to get another opportunity.
We may all win to the end and get our big prize.
Face the existence of evil as an opportunity to evolve and the absence of evil with the presence of consciousness and free choice as a condemnation to exist eternally in the same level, something like the Indian Caste System (Caste System).
So, we ask: Why did God create evil and exposed us to so much?
We could ourselves answer: For us to have the opportunity of evolving in a way to be closer to Him when we die.
We want this opportunity, is it not? We definitely would like this human body and life to have an impact in our after death.
Provided we believe in after-death life, and plenty of sects seem to believe this idea, it is much better having adversaries, and therefore opportunities to become greater in the spiritual kingdom, than having eternal peace in this world and leave it in the same way we entered it, spiritually speaking.
If the devil is an angel, the devil cannot be bad, you see.
He exists to help us somehow.
He will help us only if we are determined to keep our bond with God.
At that time, perhaps evil will be regarded as good, and that is how mysterious the ways of our Lord are: It is evil, but perhaps it isn’t.
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