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This study modestly proposes a humanistic response as supplementary to classical theism in addressing concrete cases of gratuitous human suffering. Classical theism places evil in God's divine plan of salvation for humanity. There is thus a good reason behind human suffering. However, there are times when suffering is so intense and dehumanising that any attempt to justify it in terms of God's love for humanity fails to make sense in the lives of most people. It is at this point that adoi:10.38159/ehass.2021291 fatcat:rzflzkkkz5fajpf4okl3p4g22a