It can't. There is no God or magic on naturalism, MG. We're here. We experience reality. I'm simply pointing out the problem with your beliefs, as I see it.
You are missing the point again, MG. If there is no God, nobody can create any world from scratch. If there is a God, only he could. That is why your contradiction is so interesting to me. You think God can't create a world that does not have evil, but apparently, you hope to find yourself in a world someday that has no evil, a very world that God creates for you. Or something.Poof! The evil…disease and all the rest…is gone.
And I haven’t seen any indication that you are able to come up with a reasonable suggestion as to how you might create a world from scratch consisting of independent beings along a wide range of differences and proclivities and yet have a ‘heaven on earth’.
Again, are you trying to discredit your every belief here? If God can't, then how do you possibly think there's a heaven?How would you create something other than the natural man. Assuming that we came into this world as independent sentient beings.
I'm not suggesting much of anything. Is heaven nothing but a bunch of clones on your view? If you seriously think a world without evil would be useless or boring or impossible, then why do you believe in God at all?You’re not suggesting a world that starts off from scratch with millions/billions of clones are you?
As I keep point out, if your beliefs are true, it doesn't appear God is good anyway. So I suppose I see why you might really struggle with this contradiction. That God, in your beliefs, really needs to treat people as poorly as anyone could possibly treat another, as he supposedly does with sons of perdition, then it only makes sense that you struggle in accepting an idea that an all powerful God could create without causing evil.
Yes, I can't help but continue to point out your beliefs are troublesome.