Irrelevant to the point, just as it is irrelevant that there are more microbes in the human body than there are human cells. Millions died before Pasteur, Lister, Jenner, Salk - and if one makes that claim that a god provided the means to discover, that same god prohibited those discoveries from coming sooner.<quoted text>
Think of what germs do for us though. They aren't all bad. Just like vultures. They are disgusting but serve a purpose.
The "loving god" is supremely amoral, detached and dispassionate, just as should be expected of a figment.