I leaned towards the soul making theodicy as explained by ]], but I would go further than that. I am still toying with it, but I am leaning to calling something like entropic theodicy. Here are the basic principles:
- “Evil,” “good” and “love” (along with other concepts) presuppose a moral order. Even “suffering” and “well-being” are concepts presupposing a pre-existing order. If God pre-exists order and is outside of all systems, then likewise he is outside the moral order. Therefore, such human concepts cannot easily apply to God.
- God and the Cosmos are not separate (panentheism) albeit the cosmos is physical whereas God is not.
- God and evil are not separate (Isaiah 45.7).
- Evil is cosmological. (It exists in all corners of Creation).
- Evil is entropic (hot water (unstable) growing colder (stable) due to entropy). Thus, evil leads to good, even if eventually. Thus, evil is defined as a cosmological state of instability whereas good is a cosmological state of stability. As with other entropic systems, there has to exist a separation and a difference. This allows for the transformation (theosis).
- There are natural laws established by God; science has shown that in places these laws are not always strictly enforced; therefore, God is not completely bound by natural laws. Therefore, if God decides to intervene, this is to further the course of evil which will lead to good.
- We can cooperate with God in the course of evil which leads to the eventual transformation.
Alright, there you go. It is still raw, but thoughts?