How is the notion of divine providence criticized in chapter 8? using race format

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Divine providence is criticized in the character of the Grand Inquisitor. The Grand Inquisitor is responsible for countless deaths in the name of providence by command of the church. The Inquisitor himself, however, is a hypocrite who abuses his power, and even goes so far as to threaten the life of a church official in order to have his desire.... Cunégonde. In this chapter, we see that Divine Providence was often not God's will.... but man's.