Boethius on Foreknowldge and Freedom (Notes:62)

God is grand and his will encompasses everything—he is wholly good and is inseparable from good. But, if this is the case, then the original complaint still exists—if God is all-powerful, then why is it that the good suffer at the hands of the wicked? Fundamentally, Lady Philosophy’s stance is to the contrary: the wicked,…Read more »