First, I'm not an atheist. Secondly, everyone has the right to judge your God or anyone else's God on the basis of what it does and how it's adherents behave.<quoted text> Saying, as an atheist you have no objective basis to make any moral evaluation in the first place. Also you are making a moral evaluation on a God you do not believe exists. All that aside, your belief God is evil does not validate your atheism. Why should other atheists who approve of genocide in whatever circumstances even consider your disapproval of genocide since both are equally valid? If rights come from men and a group of men who have the capacity to wipe out another group then what is to stop them if they can do it with no consequences attached? Both the victims and the aggressors end up in the same place anyway. No ultimate justice. There is really nothing to stop them from taking everything that is not nailed down. As an atheist you are weak and deserve to have all your things taken from you by the strong. That is the problem with your atheism. You make assumptions all other atheists think the same way you do. History proves you wrong, again and again.
There are consequences attached to everything you do. There were consequences, for sure, for those who didn't believe in your God on many occasions. And he was evil enough to murder them when they had never even seen any evidence that he existed.
I don't make assumptions about your God, your Bible or you. I go by what the Bible says about your God to judge it and I go by your behavior to judge you.
Thank goodness all Christians are not like you and the other malicious creatures here calling themselves Christians.