“…vengeance is Mine, I will recompense." (Deut. 32:35)

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The wrath of God is a well-known thought from the Bible. The New Testament, in the Gospel of John chapter 3 verse 36 indicates that anyone who does not believe in the Son of God, that is Jesus Christ, will be under the wrath of God. The Bible teaches that by the fall of man, people are not connected with God anymore and are sinful. The sin of man calls for God's wrath; It is a response to the sinful State of man. At the Last Judgment and in hell, God's wrath comes to full development. However, through the cross offering of Jesus Christ for our sins, man can be delivered from the wrath of God. "Then Jesus said to those Jews who believed Him, “If you abide in My word, you are My disciples indeed. And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” (John 8:31-32)

Most atheists see evil as an inherent property of nature: and nature is just as it is, she is not good or evil and has no purpose or pity, she is completely indifferent.

A fractal is a geometric figure that is built from parts that are (more or less) similar to the figure itself. They have an infinite amount of detail, and in some fractals motives do repeat themselfs over and over again into the smallest scale. The mandelbrot set is a fractal that plays a significant role in the chaos theory. We are surrounded by chaos. The whirling patterns of a storm on the radarscreen of the meteorologist, vortices and the murmur of a mountain stream, the fluctuations in the stock market, the erratic patterns of rising puffs; These are all phenomena that seem to evade order and predictability.

The book "The final battle" part 7 of the Narniaserie by C. S. Lewis says: "I wonder if Aslan (Jesus, depicted as a lion) could not just show up anyway, even though all the stars predict he will not. He is not a slave to the stars, he is their maker. Do all the old stories not tell about him not being a tame lion? "