How Can There Be Evil?

We often hear prayers in which a great point is made of calmly submitting to disease or injustice, be it ever so tragic, because humanly there seems to be no solution. In such prayer the petitioner is inclined to ask God for patience to accept what he feels cannot be changed.

The Christian Scientist, taking a diametrically opposite approach, challenges evil with the kind of prayer that truly glorifies God. Reverently he asks, "If God is All-in-all, how can there be evil?"

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