Moe Sunkist wrote:First, I wish to thank you for seriously answering and not dismissing me for another stupid Christian. I appreciate it.
Moe Sunkist wrote:Do you have a subjective view on your deity? May I have your personal reasons for calling him a monster?
My reasons are two. Prophet Bobby Henderson calls him so in The Gospel, and, well, he does look like a monster, doesn't he?
Moe Sunkist wrote:I am almost fairly certain no one believes that communion is the actual blood and flesh of Christ.
You should come to Malta and ask the Catholics. They'll tell you otherwise.
Moe Sunkist wrote:As to the atrocities caused by our God, if refering to the Passover, God gave the Egyptians ample warning that He wanted His people free from slavery. Twas the Pharoh's stubbornness that caused the infanticide of Egypt. And God is a just God. Pharoh had killed Jewish babies before. He just saw what He had done on a bigger scale.
You've missed the part where God hardens Pharoah's heart so that he would not let His people free. But in any case, I'm not only referring to that. I am referring to where, for instance God orders "His people" to invade neighbouring countries, kill all the inhabitants and take their land. When "His people" return saying that they have not killed the women and children, God actually becomes very angry because they disobeyed Him. It's all in the Bible.
Of course, I don't believe the above actually happened...but it is in the Bible.