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CWV 101 Grand Canyon University Christian Response to Suffering Worksheet

CWV 101 Grand Canyon University Christian Response to Suffering Worksheet

Question Description

I need help with a Psychology question. All explanations and answers will be used to help me learn.

In a guided analysis, you will interact with the problem of evil and suffering and provide your own response to the problem in comparison to the Christian response.

Follow the directions in the “Guided Analysis: Suffering Worksheet.”

This week’s main assignment is a “Suffering Worksheet.”

It asks you to write 5 responses. Numbers 2 and 3 ask you to refer to chapter 9 in the textbook.

Note: even with the below information provided, most people do not answer Number 2 correctly, and lose points.

Number 2 says:

2. Briefly summarize the problem of evil and suffering. Cite and reference Chapter 9 in the textbook.

Note that the “problem” being referred to here is not the origin of evil and suffering, but what problem faces us as we try to figure put these realities. See under “What Are the Origins of Suffering and Evil,” paragraphs 1 and 2.

Number 3 says:

3. What is the Christians worldview’s response to the problem of evil and suffering? Cite and reference the lecture and/or Chapter 9 in the textbook.

Your answer can include the origin of evil, but it can go farther, and include how the Christian worldview responds to the problem addressed in question 2.

Item 5 asks the question:

5. How might the problem of evil and suffering lead one to the conclusion that absolutes exist?

The term “moral absolutes” refers to moral values that are true for all people at all times and in all places — that is, true for everyone.

You might address this in a few ways. One way is to ask the question: Are evil and suffering experienced by everyone, and do humans universally (or almost universally) understand what good and evil are? A second question is: can we talk about good and evil without a standard? A third way to look at this is to ask: how does suffering relate to someone’s belief in God?