The Suffering Argument

I’ve read numerous times that “suffering exists, therefore there cannot be a God.”

But this is bias.

In truth one can only say, suffering exists, therefore there cannot be an all-benevolent God.

What follows from this?

An re-evaluation and question, “Do we want to believe in this type of ambiguous God?”

And what follows from this?

A waning of  belief in a god; the prospect that “God” exists only as an ideal because of  human-born desires for certain attributes to exist.

What follows from this?

Man created God in his likeness and image.

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