“Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is not omnipotent. Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent. Is he both able and willing? Then whence cometh evil? Is he neither able nor willing? Then why call him God?” --David Hume, restating the Epicurean paradox


Written by Kimberly -

hmmm...Chris, maybe God is trying to get your attention that he exists. =) Ok, I'm half joking =) but at the same time its really bizarre that I've once again ended up here at your blog unintentionally on a day when you posted a religious/God related-post...considering that I don't even know you! =) Plus I have no idea how I clicked on your blog out of the 'ginormous' list of website addresses and friends blogs that I've visited this past week (still in my webaddress scrolldown list)...all related to the many websites I've been preoccupied looking at prior to my sister's wedding this past Saturday. So somehow among all these wedding info sites, and uploading/downloading photos and multiple YouTube searches for romantic videos & songs for the reception, yada yada...Your unrelated blog address managed to find its way inbetween my hundreds of other address clicks just now! Very weird...but seriously, maybe its a sign that God is paying attention to your words and trying to quell your doubts! lol =)

Written by Chris -

I post atheism-related stuff several times a month, so it's really not that unusual. I think you're suffering from a severe case of confirmation bias. Thanks for reading, though.

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