Registered On: September 7, 2015
I have read it. It’s saying how God is moral and allows evil for mysterious reasons we cannot possibly fathom. As I keep saying, and you keep ignoring, that explains nothing and evades how evil can be permitted by a supposed loving God. It doesn’t make sense with a loving God to allow this to happen and as I keep having to explain, the allowance of something you consider murder (remember you posted this to excuse God’s allowance of what you consider to be murder), shows the hypocrisy in not allowing abortion based on God’s moral standards.
It’s very much a do as I say, not as I do kind of god.
You point to Christ on the cross as some kind of rebuttal, but it’s nonsense. I don’t believe Christ is the son of God, there is zero evidence for it, so why should this change anything? Even treating it as true for a hypothetical argument, how does that excuse anything? Morally wrong actions, such as genocide, can exist because we should have learned from that and God’s ultimate sacrifice? That’s not very moral of God, I should say. Again it acts like a totalitarian dictator, refusing to help others because it is stubborn. Many of those killed in genocides since will not have been bad people on the whole, many of them Christian too (not like that should matter, something with empathy should have a care for those who don’t believe. Especially as many people don’t believe through circumstance; a Muslim born into a Muslim culture will be indoctrinated in that faith). How is it ok for them to be killed horrendously because God ‘showed us the light’ through sacrificing its son? It’s omnipotent, so should have the capability to intervene. If it doesn’t, then that’s a horrific stance for something supposedly loving and I would argue it’s not benevolent.
Never mind the awful statement that one man’s death on the cross was the supposed worst crime ever committed. I don’t consider the alleged Crucifixion of one man to be as bad as the genocides brought since.