I believe that the human rationality is limited, even crippled, by our incomplete information about the universe. If you trace any line of reasoning back far enough, you will meet a place where it has to be bootstrapped up, not out of logic, but from observation and assumptions about the cause and meaning behind those observations. These assumptions are nothing more than wild-ass guesses for which we have not yet found a counterexample. This defines science, and the scientific quest to understand. Given the vast size of the universe, and the tiny sample size of what we've been able to observe, I have little faith that anything we currently believe to be true will never be shown to be at least a little flawed.
If this is so, then is it reasonable to assume that events we view as unfair with our limited understanding can indicate that:
- God is unjust,
- God is uninvolved, or
- God does not exist.