Two weeks ago, we introduced a new feature to the blog: the biweekly challenge. Here's how it works: We challenge you with an objection to Christianity, you give your best response in the comment section, and then on Thursday, Brett or Alan will post a video response so you can see how you did. It's a chance for you to practice putting your knowledge and tactics to work on objections you could run into while talking to your family and friends.
Ready for this week's challenge? Here's a question we received from a reader:
If morality is in God's nature, then He is omnibenevolent, right? Does that mean that God cannot choose evil? So, if God cannot choose to do evil, does that mean He doesn't have free will?
What do you think? How would you respond to a friend who asked you this? What kind of questions would you ask him? What would he need to clarify? Leave your response, then look for Brett's answer on Thursday. People from different theological traditions will probably respond to this differently, so this should be interesting.