If God encompasses everything, and God is inherently good, and evil is included in this ‘everything,’ then how can something be truly evil? Another question, is God good because God is the embodiment of good, or does everything he/she do align himself/herself with ‘good?’ That would mean that God is not the supreme force in the universe, that there is actually something called ‘good’ that supersedes his/her presence, and of course its antithesis ‘evil.’
Although I’m not that religious of a person, I did get a bachelors from the University of Arizona in it (along with a few other degrees), and rhetorically I can endlessly discuss the nature of God in the universe if I have nothing better to do on a Monday afternoon. However I must get to the gym and work out so I won’t die an early death, so perhaps it’s better to let Mark Hunt tell you (or question) about God.
A few hours ago Hunt used his Facebook page to spark up a healthy discussion on the nature of God, which actually had a lot of people questioning if his account was hacked. Here is his complete convo from his official Facebook.