Some Christian teachers (one notable preacher is Kenneth Copeland) teach that the evil exists in this world despite God is good, because God legally delivered the Earth to mankind and has no legal right to control this world without man’s consent and so cannot eliminate the evil.

Is this teaching right? Honestly, I do not know. We can find arguments in Bible both pro and counter this teaching. We need further analysis.

However, does this (as of Kenneth Copeland) teaching contradict to my previous blog post? I think, it does not contradict.

Even if God legally removed Himself from governing the Earth, there must exist a good reason of Him to remove himself. So all arguments of my previous post apply. There must be a good reason for God to remove Himself from governing this world (if He ever removed). So there must be a good reason for seemingly evil.

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