No matter how many times I have pointed to god, creating, causing and doing bad/evil things, the apologist try their apologetic best to counter with " this is not gods doing" OR god didn't create anything evil" etc etc .
But never will they put forward an opinion or even a theory of where all of the bad and evil in the world originated.
I have claimed that the bible itself says that god "created all things" so everything bad or evil created is all down to god..
"For by him all things were created, in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities—all things were created through him and for him" - including all sickness and disease. mental illness, genetic errors and defects. Volcanoes that destroy towns and cities around the earth that he created with faults that cause earth quakes and tidal waves killing MILLIONS in the process. Yes , all gods handy work according to the bible itself.
But even this clear biblical evidence ( one of many) of god being the creator of "all things" is not enough to convince a theist that the word "all" means exactly what it says. No! The theist would argue that the bible - believed by millions to be the unshakable truth of god - doesn't actually mean "ALL" when it states "ALL" and spew out all kinds of biblical verses and other claptrap that some how and for some reason they offer that "proves" that "all" in the bible doesn't actually mean "all.
It is, by all accounts it seems, the fault of the atheist reader of these ambiguous scriptures for not understanding that words in the bible do not actually mean what they say with the best so far being that the word " kill " for instance,means something different to Christians than it does to any sane non believer.
Could the Christians here, just for once, explain to us where evil actually originated if it wasn't created by god?
Please be polite enough observe and adress the question with factual evidence. This doesn't mean posting and quoting billions of irrelevant biblical verses that have nothing to do with the topic of the thread.