Dealing with Evil
Eastern religions such as Buddhism, Jainism, and Hinduism believe in the reality of karma, although may express the particularities of belief in slightly different ways.
The Judeo-Christian faith presents a loving God who oversees his creation in a purposeful and forward-looking way. This oversight is commonly called providence.
Taking into account the reality of karma, on the one hand, and providence on the other hand, how is the continuing “Problem of Evil” dealt with?
How might a karmic explanation of evil differ from one that advocates the providence of the biblical God?
Do you think, personally, there is any real solution to the problem of evil?
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An evil is a wicked thing that has the potential of causing destruction to the people it comes to. The society tries to come up with different ways to deal with the dangers that evil brings. The best ways to deal with evil is to avoid it before it even takes place. This is why people believe and try to warn others about the existence of karma (Hadalski, 2011). This is meant to deter them from engaging in bad activities and encourage them to involve themselves in good activities because karma pays…..
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