He opposes the traditional and biblical view Lv Mini Noe
believe that an almighty God planned these deaths." With all due respect, that is not an argument.
Even murders part of God's plan
Ironically, Taylor seems to think it is more comforting to have us conclude that tragedy is a work of fate (ie. random and without any purpose) rather than part of the plan of a sovereign, wise, good God.
God ordains everything, even the murder of police officers.
No, God does not "make" murderers pull the trigger. They do it of their own free will.
It appears he does not understand predestination and curiously omitted the full statement of the Westminster Confession of Faith regarding predestination. Yes, Lv Speedy 40
If you were going Louis Vuitton Epi through personal tragedy, which would give you more comfort: being able to appeal to and trust in a God who is in control and has a purpose or simply resigning to the conclusion that this is the way things are?
of God's sovereignty over all things (eg. predestination), and by doing so attempts to give a better basis for comfort in the face of tragedy. He gives no reasoning for his view except that he can't understand how a good God could possibly predestine tragedy.