People of faith often struggle with the existence of evil in this world. They also have a hard time grasping why bad things happen to innocent people. Situations where children die from cancer or entire cities being destroyed by a tornado shake up the faith of those who claim to be Christians or another religion and push skeptics further away from accepting the existence of a holy sovereign God.
Actor and producer Kirk Cameron tackles these issues in his new documentary "Unstoppable." He addresses why the existence of evil is necessary and ties it all in to some of the narratives from the Old Testament and New Testament.
Cameron recently spoke to The Christian Post regarding his new film and explains his discoveries on why bad things happen to bad people.