How do you know this entity, you refer to as 'god', is a "he"?<quoted text>
Yup then he sent his only son to pay for all of those sins so everyone can go to heaven. Oh I'm sorry you didn't want to share this part did you. Sorry to wreck your soap box speech.
You are not 'sorry', you are attempting to patronize.
You have not read you're Bible.
You speak from the voice of ignorance, you are another one of the uneducated, the unimaginative, the unthinking among us, who would make themselves the guides and leaders of us all; who would force their feeble and childish beliefs on us
"Religion is the one place where people are honored for their ignorance."
~ Ignots Pistachio
I am loath to repeat...
The Big 10 – A simple logic problem
1. I am the LORD thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. Thou shalt have no other gods before me.
The first commandment has God, who describes himself as a "jealous God," proclaim by fiat that only he is to be worshipped.
All other Gods are to be shunned, and the proper penalty for worshipping Gods other than the biblical God, as the Bible itself repeatedly makes clear, is summary execution, without trial or investigation.
"If your brother, your own mother's son, or your son or daughter, or your wife, or your closest friend, entices you in secret, saying,'Come let us worship other gods'- whom neither you nor your fathers has experienced, do not assent, but take his life.
Let your hand be first against him to put him to death, and the hand of the rest of the people thereafter. Stone him to death, for he sought to make you stray from the lord your god... Thus all of Israel will hear and be afraid, and such evil things will not be done again in your midst" (Deuteronomy 13:7-12).
This biblical commandment not to kill cannot be taken as an absolute moral command, and was not even intended to be such by the author of Genesus.
The Biblical God in fact commands the death penalty for a whole slew of offenses, such being homosexual (Lev. 20:13), being a witch (Ex. 22:18), saying bad things about Yahweh (Lev. 24:16), worshipping gods other than Yahweh (Deut. 17:2-5 RSV), not being a virgin on your wedding day (Deut. 22:20-21), striking one's parents or being a stubborn and rebellious son (Ex. 21:17 , Lev. 20:9), bestiality (Ex. 22:19, Lev. 20:15-16), working or performing prohibited activities on the seventh day of the week (Ex. 31:14-15; Num 15:36).
This is the same God who, according to Christian evangelists and apologists, is a morally perfect entity, providing the sole ground and justification for all human moral values.
But how can the theological God, who is all-loving and morally perfect, be reconciled with the consistent Old Testament portrayal of God as angry, jealous, vengeful and murderous?
If God is a morally perfect being, and if all the actions of a morally perfect being are morally perfect actions, then all the actions attributed to God in the bible must be morally perfect.
Thus the fundamentalist logic forces one to admit that accepted moral evils such as infanticide, genocide and slavery are actually morally perfect actions when their God performs them.
The biblical Yahweh, who commanded genocide against whole nations (DEU 7:1-5), who incited his own "special people" to kill one another in a senseless riot (EX 32:37-8), who SPECIFICALLY demanded the murder of infants (1SAM 15:3; EZ 9:6), who caused men to engage in cannibalism (EZEK 5:10; ISA 49:26), who commanded incest, and who killed someone for refusing to comply (GEN 38:8-10; DEU 25:5-6), who engaged in deception (1KINGS 22:23; 2 THESS 2:11), and who demanded bloody animal sacrifices by the dozen (LEV 1:12; EXO 29:15-18; EXO 29:36.
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