Why would a good God create viruses?
Anjeanette "AJ" Roberts
A Reasons To Believe scholar
PREMIUM When people learn that I’m a virologist and a Christian, they often ask, “Why would a good God create viruses?” The question and its underlying assumption that all viruses are bad reveal a lack of understanding of viruses. Historically, viruses were identified by the diseases they caused (e.g., polio, rabies and smallpox). Although some viruses like measles and influenza cause...
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