posted on Aug, 13 2010 @ 11:34 PM
Focus on physical death and Satan appears to be the nice guy,... perfect just as he wants it. Problem is the physical death isn't the issue it is
the spiritual death, eternal separation from God. Who started the precipitated the run on that one, Satan. Not only for humankind but the countless
angels that followed him into their fallen state. Don't blame it on God for creating the opportunity either, free will is of critical importance to
God is evil because he kills, heard it before and will no doubt hear it again. Thou shall not murder is the commandment, murder includes an intent of
malice or unjustifiable killing. Thankfully God sees and understands all so His decisions, while they may appear unjust to us are always perfectly
just. God must weigh the needs of the many over the needs of the few. If evil will not repent it must be destroyed or it will threaten all. If
anything the Bible gives numerous examples of how patient God was, even to the point of sending His prophets in alone to dangerous cities to warn.
If I came across someone unjustifiably harming one of my children and threatening their life, I would have no problem using deadly force on the
attacker if necessary. Would I be "good" in my response if it was justified and necessary, yes, would it be murder, no. Problem is as a human I
could never be 100% sure if it was justified and necessary,.. thankfully God doesn't have this problem He knows when it is justified and necessary.
Why is the exact same response by God deemed evil? Because he killed innocents? Those who carpet bombed Dresden or dropped Fat Man on Nagasaki, were
they evil and murderers because innocents died? Death at the hands of another, even death of an innocent, does not always equate with evil, sorry
isn't that simple.
[edit on 13-8-2010 by slane69]