God Does not Create Evil

The following reference to a disaster in which more than fifty persons lost their lives occurs in a newspaper report of a sermon recently preached in Boston : —

"Whoever was directly to blame for the Brockton catastrophe, God has His indirect responsibility. Without consulting men in the slightest degree, He has set them in the midst of terrible and dangerous forces. With Him, therefore, there can be no accidents. Flames cannot leap forth without His consent and He never lifts His hand from the steam boilers. To this horror, in Brockton, there is attached some divine meaning.

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Religious Freedom
April 15, 1905
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