It’s a question as old as time.
“WHY DO BAD THINGS HAPPEN TO GOOD PEOPLE?”
For as long as humanity has record their own history, people have been writing stories and commentaries about this question. Look at the book of Job. A book that is dated to be older than the first five books of the Bible is all about answering the question,”Why do bad things happen to good people?”
Still, we keep asking. We keep looking for a satisfying answer.
I am not against questions. I am not against searching for answers that satisfy. But this question is fundamentally flawed. This is not a question that Christians should be asking.