I once heard the late Christian Apologist (A person who presents arguments for the existence of God) Ravi Zacharias say that when he talked to “young” people, many of them
I once heard the late Christian Apologist (A person who presents arguments for the existence of God) Ravi Zacharias say that when he talked to “young” people, many of them would initially deny the existence of a deity, but none of them denied the existence of evil. Zacharias would then go to argue that both Good and Evil cannot exist without a God. I bring this up, not in an attempt to sway you toward or away from religion, but to point out that these questions are still being asked, investigated, and argued. For many living people these the important questions. And from our readings it is clear that questions of right and wrong were important to the writer of the and the . For this , I would like you to investigate the concepts of right and wrong and relate them to our readings. Feel free to use the terms Good and Evil or right and wrong, or all four. is Good and is Evil? does it mean to Good? does it mean to Evil? You can think of the two previous questions in relationship to others, as well as to one’s self. Are there qualities in common that of Evil possess? Are there qualities in common that of Good possess? Use evidence from both texts to support your answer.
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