The evolution-based Nazi regime wiped out 6 million Jews and many others (see also Appendix). a 7 magnitude earthquake devastated Haiti on 12 January 2010, killing at least 220,000.
Yet in recent years there has been much suffering caused by ‘natural’ evils, i.e. A year later, on 11 March 2011, Japan suffered the magnitude 9 Tōhoku earthquake, which is actually a thousand times stronger, century, the Black Death (bubonic plague) painfully wiped out an estimated 75–200 million people in Europe, or 45% to 50% of the population.
But physical immortality, then would he not take this chance, and wouldn’t his friends and family want him to?
And if we demand that God prevents all deaths of, say, children, then why draw the line there? Consider also, all the deaths from those man-made atrocities and natural disasters were really hastening something inevitable.
When told that there is a God of love who made the world, embittered people often reply: “I don’t see any God of love. A beneficent designer might—you’d idealistically think—seek to minimize suffering. She is neither against suffering, nor for it, Nature is not interested in suffering one way or another unless it affects the survival of the DNA.