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good God!

An oath expressing surprise, shock, frustration, anger, or annoyance. Good God! If we'd stopped the car one second later, that train would have hit us! I know you've had a long day at work, but good God, is it too much to ask for you to take out the trash?
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The very freedom humans have to do evil and cause harm, which must be contrary to the will of a good God, implies that God has no such power and thereby invalidates His omnipotence.
First, he suggests that knowledge of which divine commands have actually been issued is necessary because there is no unique set of commands that a good God would issue.
This could be considered problematic at best for anyone but the Christian believer, since this argument for an omnipotent and perfectly good God in the midst of moral and natural evil requires one first to accept a worldview which includes God's greatest gift of heaven, which no one reading the book has ever experienced or verified.
Christians believe that a good God created a good world, and that through the abuse of free will, sin and corruption entered the world and produced disorder and suffering.
Can you even imagine what good God could do with all of the money retained by the Christian denominations of the world?
And, from a theological point of view, Christianity has a profound view to offer: all creation is good, made by a good God, and will be returned to God at the end of time without being annihilated.
It only seems reasonable that a perfectly good God would waive the salvific requirements for non-accountables.
How can you believe in a good God when you see this?
Their object is to show the perfection of nature, the work of a good God solicitous of man ' s welfare.
Good God - what will the next assault on their civil liberties be?
Oxford graduate Marks, from Ken fig Hill, Bridgend, said: "Oh good God, I use it about three times a week between Leeds, London and Wales.
approaches Wiesel's works as explanations of why a good God allows suffering and as indicators that the postmodern era may be shedding the very concept of friendship.
So during sickness and in health, good God hear my call
Aside from the main thesis of this book, the Rabbi supplies the reader with many metaphors and analogies to calm the nagging insistence for answers to common questions, such as why a good God permits evil and how free will is reconcilable with God's foreknowledge of our choices and actions.