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The Five Dilemmas of CalvinismCraig R. Brown:

…there is one thing about which we can be absolutely sure – the source of evil is not God. The Bible declares time after time that God is altogether holy and righteous. He does no evil (Job 34:10) and He hates sin with all His heart (Dent. 25:16; Ps. 5:4; Luke 16:15). Because He is altogether good, everything He made was good, which rules out the idea that evil was somehow inherent in creation. Likewise, everything He does is good, even though it may appear to be evil or calamitous from the human perspective. (The Five Dilemmas of Calvinism)

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