“Face it; Suzanne Collins is a monster. All you have to do is skim the chapters. You can’t miss her atrocities. The crippled boy hacked down at the Cornucopia. The little girl with the spear through the chest. One of the “heroes” of the series “finishing off” one of the other contestants. I can’t fathom how Ms. Collins is still walking free in the streets. Have we really reached the point in our society where a woman can brazenly murder children and we just shrug our shoulders, give her a couple million dollars and a movie deal, and call it good?”
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— David French is a senior writer for National Review , a senior fellow at the National Review Institute, and an attorney.
This is somewhat illustrated in the Book of Exodus when Pharoah is described as being raised up that God's name be known in all the earth Exodus 9:16. This is mirrored in Romans' ninth chapter, where Paul makes an appeal to God's sovereignty as sufficient explanation, with God's goodness experientially known to the Christian.