Listen in as Rick and CQ Contributor, Julie, discuss three questions related to our recent podcast on whether or not it's God's fault we have evil in this world including: 04:42 Why do some people have a disproportionate experience with sorrow and evil that is not a result of their own choices and natural consequences? 10:18 Every generation has experienced evil, yet each generation still commits evil. How bad does it have to get for it to be "enough" experience for mankind? 18:53 Why do some thing God is a monster? To hear more on this topic listen to our full podcast Episode #1052.
God IS accountable for the evil in this world – BUT – that's less than half the truth on the matter! Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name.
We are blessed. We live in a country where freedom of speech and assembly are a given – a country where we can choose who to worship and how we accomplish that worship. We live in a country where we can apply ourselves, work hard and attain levels of success that are not only rare, they are unheard of in many other places. We live in America and we have the freedoms we currently enjoy because of the wisdom and sacrifice of the countless patriots who founded our country long ago. As we pause over the 4th of July weekend to celebrate their efforts and succes, we also want to pause to look long and hard at our present interpretation of freedom. Have we lost our way when it comes to the privilege of living in freedom and assuming the necessary responsibilities that are inherent to it? Is our freedom here in America on borrowed time?