“Evil is a reality in our world. Violence and brutality can be seen everywhere. The question is often asked,
Evil in the Bible is defined as the slightest act or thought that is contrary to the maniacal whims of a capricious God. So when God says he’s going to eliminate ‘evil’ it means he’s going to eliminate anything that stands in the ways of his genocidal and blood-thirty desires, including all those capable of having thoughts that aren’t pleasing to him.
“Why does a good God allow evil, and what is He doing about it?“
How he always does it. Killing the people involved after they’ve committed the evil act. Or maybe reward those same people because the evil act was pleasing to God. It’s all up to his whims and ‘eternal plan’
“God outlines His solution to put an end to evil.”
Let me guess. It involves trains, camps, zyklon b, and blazing hot ovens.
Oh wait, no. It’s actually much, much worse than that. And it’s all described in vivid detail in the Book of Revelation: a series of world-ending disasters, nearly all life on Earth dead, and 99.9% of all humanity throughout all of human history burning in a lake of fire.
You know your God’s bad when he makes Hitler’s final solution seem like the kinder, gentler, saner plan.