What Man Intends for Evil, God Intends for Good: Some Real Life Examples (Daniel Buttafuoco)

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In the Book of Genesis, Joseph’s brothers sell him into slavery. Later, when he has risen to power, his brothers think he might seek vengeance against them. But Joseph has a different perspective. He says to his brothers, “Do not be afraid, for am I in God’s place? As for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good in order to bring about this present result, to preserve many people alive.”

In this lecture, attorney Daniel Buttafuoco discusses the relevance of this perspective when we assess the “Problem of Evil.”

Heaven is obviously full of good lawyers since they’re the best to argue their case.

That was really good to hear! Only God has the whole picture in front of Him.This what seems to us wrong can be sometimes the only path leading to salvation and eternal life!

Well put together !

Not one of the people who say God shouldn’t let sin happen - not one - would consent to the removal of their own free will. Free will includes the option to sin. That sinning is what we opt for is our own fault, not God’s.

Same goes to Islam. Muhammad created it for evil but ultimately it will used against evil.

steal kill and destroy ?

so what you are saying is go King David on those Demons ?

Sken, you better read Isaiah 10, and Acts 4.
Your argument is destroyed by these texts.


How? It’s done quite the job on viscous molesting of everything decent and what not.