I wouldn't usually take part in this type of discussion, but in case you're being serious:
"God is a demon" is from the same drawer as "war is peace", "freedom is slavery", "sodomy is gay" or "bombing cities is not terrorism" type thinking.
Don't take it from me though, just ask Dr Malmsteen.
The passage translated here as "discovered his nakedness" is used in the same form, in the same translation, as a euphemism for serious moral
deviance, which Noah had hoped to escape with his family.
Think Lot's daughters for instance.
To see his own son partaking in "nakedness uncovering" would have been quite a disappointment I'm sure.
We would never worship a genocidal dictator because he is evil.
Cool, obviously "we" aren't like those USSR people and their framed picture of Stalin in every room, who by law had to replace the icons and other
religious signs of worship. For instance
Shem is somewhat of a divinity in Judaism as Melchizedek
No, Judaism makes it a point that god is one, and isn't a man but the origin of man.
Master race, Gods chosen people, what is the difference between the two?
The former is a notion according to which genetics determine merit, and the latter is a name given by some to a group of slaves who claim to have
witnessed supernatural presence in the Sinai a long time ago. Consider it a mass hallucination if you must, or even a lie to their own children for
the purpose of having to obey ten commandments, it doesn't in any case have the supremacist undertone a "master race" has.
No reasonable bible translation says the hebrews even imagined conquering the world like the master race guys set out to do. In fact our geographic
ambition is quite limited in scope and our respect for the religions (or lack thereof) of others is clearly demonstrated throughout history by lack of
conquest beyond our borders, lack of proselytism, & c.
In fact for centuries even the one country wasn't seen as necessary until the master race guys made it mandatory for us to maintain an army or be
Noah's curse isn't about a master race, it's about Ham's behaviour determining the fate of his bloodline, which knowing the curse he could have chosen
not to extend so much, but who believes a guy who has demonstrated prescience of the flood? Not Canaan apparently
You're angry, don't be angry at my people or our sacred texts, be angry at what makes you angry, and then solve your anger so it doesn't burn your
It may be more difficult but it's the right thing to do.
Or how about Josef Mengele, who oversaw cruel expirements with people who wanted to exterminate entire races because they were the master race and the
other races were "inferior" and were sub-human.
A "god is the devil" kind of guy himself who instead of saying his people were "chosen by god to receive the law" said all other peoples were inferior
to his, a vastly different approach that yielded vastly different results.
Good luck, gnostic dude who thinks yhvh isn't allah, an opinion in clear contrast with Gabriel's records.