The Removal of Objections to the Last Solution
There is natural resistance to accepting this solution upon hearing it for the first time. It certainly provides no consolation for the sufferer to hear, not that his sad plight contains some ray of hope, that things are perhaps not as bad as they look, but that God has no obligations toward him. The solution also sounds highly paradoxical in that it claims that God, who can do so much more than human beings, is obliged to do less rather than more than a human being.
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