Yeah... right up my alley! Time for some philosophy on this...
The term Christians use for god is Omnipotent and Omnipresent.
om·nip·o·tent Audio pronunciation of "omnipotent" ( P ) Pronunciation Key (m-np-tnt)
Having unlimited or universal power, authority, or force; all-powerful. See Usage Note at infinite.
1. One having unlimited power or authority: the bureaucratic omnipotents.
2. Omnipotent God. Used with the.
om·ni·pres·ent Audio pronunciation of "omnipresent" ( P ) Pronunciation Key (mn-prznt)
Present everywhere simultaneously.
Basically this means that 'GOD' is everywhere, and thus everything, which explains 'GOD' being 'all-powerful'.
Now, the universe is one. There is an unbalance in the universe, which is why it exists. If you stepped outside the universe, it would appear as a
ball/sphere/disc/(whatever) of light. BUT, if you have a perfect balance, which is what our universe AS A WHOLE is, it would not exist to an outside
observer. Basically, for something to truely exist, there has to be a contrast. If you have black, but no white to contrast or compare the black to,
it won't exist. People that have been blinded (had sight before) will tell you that they see black now (and sometimes they see colors that swirl, the
part of the brain that translates what the nerves in the eyes have sent is still working... besides the fact). People that were born blind cannot even
conceive of 'sight'. If there is just no connection from the eyes, or the receptors don't work, or whatever, they are really seeing black, but to
them light does not exist because they cannot open and close their eyes to create contrast... see what I'm getting at?
So, all the energy and matter (complex energy structures) in the universe ARE 'GOD'. When you die, the energy that was driving your body is returned
to the universe (yeah, I know... it was always there... it just separates from the physical body) and 'returns to the source', i.e. GOD. There are
moral laws that are universal that depict how close you are to the 'source', and these are, for the most part, what the bible teaches. If you do not
believe in God, but you believe in the 'source' or 'light' and follow universal moralistic law, you are just fine. It is really one and the
NOW, if you look at the bible passages, God is given a structure... almost to the point of being a physical structure. In other religions, most
'Gods' are given a physical structure and are reported to have walked the earth... these are NOT gods... these are physical beings that the people
have treated as gods... or so we believe from texts (I believe they were worshipped as Kings rather than Gods, personally... they still talk of even
higher power, and the 'source', 'light', 'one', etc...).
So, yes... I do believe that God is evil. To me, and many others (and written in texts as such... I'm sure any religious scholar could back me on
this and cite texts) it appears that these false gods created (or rather hastened our evolution) for the purpose of workers. Gods seem to be
slave-drivers, which is wrong in a sense... we use other animals as workhorses (literally, lol...) and I'm sure, if this creation thing is true, the
'gods' saw us as just another animal as well.
So, take from that as you will. If you want to be safe, become aware of your spiritual self, or your soul. Live by way of universal moralistic law,
and don't worry... the only real 'hell' happens when you do such evil deeds against moralistic law that your soul is totally decimated and no
longer exists... the TRUE death!