You avoided my questions.<quoted text>
I was referring to the kind of serious harm that we had been discussing. You were saying that your god was good and I was saying that if he exists, he allows horrible things happen to people that he is ostensibly able to prevent. You then said that I let bad things happen to people, but was still a good person, and I disagreed.
You are now somehow equating my willingness ignore stranded motorists and trees with that god's willingness to ignore the horrible pain and suffering to make the argument that your god is good.
As I said earlier, this is quite disheartening to somebody like me, a secular humanist. We have different values. We don't call such behavior good. Nor love. And I consider the source of such teaching - the Christin church - to be a destructive one. It's why I don't merely avoid it myself, but why I want to see it diminished.
You have no sense for how it has damaged you, but this post and the last one show the effect that faith has had on your reasoning and ethical faculties. That's good for the church, but not for you or the rest of us.
You've made the claim that you "never" let bad things happen that you can prevent.
I highly doubt that dubious claim.
You're under the impression that you, a secular humanist, have higher values and morals than that of all man. Even God.
I've yet to see these supposed higher morals in action.