• Our universe, and how it came to be, is riddled with errors and problems. If it was God, she chose a slow, unfolding type of creation that is clumsy, wasteful, error-prone, and brutal–not what you’d expect from an all-powerful, all-knowing, compassionate designer. Examples of evolution’s problems:
  • Unnecessary animal suffering.  To create humanity as the supposed crowning purpose of creation, using billions of years of evolution, God put trillions of animals that can feel pain through countless instances of fear, illness, starvation, and painful death. How does that fit a compassionate God’s divine plan?
  • Unnecessary natural disasters.  Creating the type of planet we have puts humans through devastation and deprivation in relentless waves of natural calamity. Why is that necessary or divine?
  • Here’s how believers defend this:

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