CC accepts the ToE and this theory implies death and destruction. - J_M
Yes. You have not answered to question, you have restated it. If god chose to bring the present physical world into being through this process then he is not a god of love. He made a world perfectly designed to maximise suffering. Not just a world that inevitably includes some physical suffering - a world that maximises it.
He is also not the wonderful intelligent designer christians claim he is. 99% of all the species that ever existed failed. They are extinct. Their last representatives died out.
Five times in the history of life almost all of life was violently wiped out through catastrophic events. These are not the actions of the same god who claims to care about the death of every sparrow.
You have not even started to deal with these first two points (which you have conflated into one point)
This is how the physical world works. Catholic faith is all about the salvation of the metaphysical soul.
That doesn't work. You asserted earlier that your god cares about physical suffering. He clearly doesn't.
Our physical bodies and some features of our minds came to existence through natural laws. Only our immortal soul was made to be an image of God.
But according to christians god invented those natural laws from scratch. The predominance of predators and parasites was god's idea. The natural world reflects the nature of the creator. He could have made the world any way he wished. He designed it to maximise pain.
You are so obsessed by the soul you are willing to justify any physical suffering aren't you?
There's historical evidence that the Gospels were written before the destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem.
Many scholars disagree but even so, predicting that the Roman's patience would soon run out with the Jews is not impressive at all. When we read those prophecies in detail it is clear you have to cherry-pick a couple of phrases to get anything useful for your case. That is always the case with bible prophecy.
This is a very subjective statement. But if you apply statistics then the majority of people says the opposite of this statement. There's statistical evidence against this subjective statement.
What statistics are you referring to? I am making a simple observation that if god revealed anything through the bible it is reasonable to expect some evidence of that when you read the book. There is none.
Personally I would have hinted at germ theory of disease. Or mentioned the fact that the earth and other planets revolve around the sun. Something simple but interesting and way ahead of its time.
I was going to carry on but you get the picture.
All your work is ahead of you. This is a thread where I am very happy with the OP and very disappointed with the quality of the conversation that followed.
Nobody - absolutely nobody - cares about you Roman Catholic dogma. It is totally irrelevant to challenge.