So what you're saying is when the deity decides to flood the entire world because it is wicked and such, that's great that it intervened and why wouldn't it?<quoted text>
Again, this has absolutely nothing to do with my post. My post was about atheist sin this room claiming Goid was nasty for not intervening to stop the Holocaust
How Christians reconcile the Bible to real life has nothing to do with what was being discussed.
Have you just been waiting as long time to talk?
Try to stay on topic
Mankind displeased the deity and due to that displeasure it caused the deity, it had to stop and they deserved to die.
But, hey, holocausts, despots, diseases, starvation, natural disasters and all other things that kill or affect man in a negative way are okay, or they must be, since the deity made it clear that what gets action is when the deity is displeased.
Mankind suffers? meh....
Deity displeased? You better build a boat, get ready for famine, pestilence and any number of deity caused retributions.
Of course, none of that happens these days.
Just "way back when".
<the Yahweh> "don't piss me off"