Evil and Suffering

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What was the one rule that God gave Adam and Eve?
To not eat the forbidden fruit
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What form did Satan take and what did he do to Eve when he took this form?
A serpent and he persuaded Eve to eat the forbidden fruit, which in turn caused Adam to eat it too
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Why did Adam and Eve have to leave the Garden of Eden?
Because they ate the forbidden fruit
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What then existed? Did God forgive them?
Pain and suffering existed, and yes, God did forgive them.
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What is this story often known as? ( With Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden )
The story of original sin and the fall
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Define Ominiscient, Omnipotent, Omnibenevolent and Omnipresent:
Omniscient: all knowing. Omnipotent: all powerful. Omnibenevolent: all loving. Omnipresent: always present
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Outline briefly the story of Job:
1. Job was a rich man, who had everything. 2. God decided to test his faith. 3. Satan destroyed everything that mattered to Job. 4. So, Job shaved his head and prayed. He thought God was doing this for a reason.5.As he was faithful, God rewarded him.
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Why did God introduce suffering to Job?
To teach him that suffering is important to make people better.
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Why did God give everything back to Job?
Because he was faithful to Him
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Define Natural and Moral Evil:
Natural Evil: evil caused by things other than humans, eg. Tsunamis. Moral Evil: evil cause by humans, eg. Murder
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What form did Satan take and what did he do to Eve when he took this form?

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A serpent and he persuaded Eve to eat the forbidden fruit, which in turn caused Adam to eat it too

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