posted on Mar, 3 2013 @ 07:56 PM
God is a monster worse than any human could theoretically be.
He creates existence (supposedly) out of love, picks one piece of his creation to love more than everything else, makes it in his own image (humans
are a self-centered and arrogant lot), sticks it in a perfect place (while forgetting to make it a mate after he makes males and females of everything
else, lol), and then puts the ONE THING that he did not want them touching right smack in the middle of the garden, with only a "No touchie" to
ensure they won't, when they have no idea why they shouldn't because God didn't bother making them know what good and evil is (and maybe make them
so that they wouldn't choose evil? Already found a flaw in your design, oh perfect one).
Then one day God's off doing something, and his sworn enemy, his only rival, his former second-in-command, Lucifer saunters into the garden and tells
the humans "Nah, it's all gravy, eat the figs and you'll become smart like God" (great job on the security, God, did you think Lucifer wouldn't
take advantage of you dicking around on Skype or whatever the hell it was you were doing?). They eat, God wanders back in and finds out, and his
reaction? He curses ALL OF #ING CREATION to punish TWO HUMANS AND ALL OF THEIR DESCENDANTS. Every single human born since would be tainted with the
original sin, despite not having had anything to do with it, in the most extreme example of "Sins of the father" ever.
A little later, God's so emo about a few thousand humans not being like he wanted that he decides to COMPLETELY DESTROY EVERYTHING HE EVER CREATED,
for he was sorry that he made it. Yes, this all-loving and all-compassionate God says "# this #, it's all going bye-bye, I can't stand what these
puny humans are doing" instead of, you know, using his infinite power and love to just make them all good and kowtow to him. But he finds one guy who
like him, so he only destroys nearly all life on Earth. AND IT DIDN'T ACCOMPLISH A DAMN THING.
Fade to a little later, and God wants his "chosen people" to be free from slavery (something archaeologists have shown never happened to the
Israelites during that time), so he sends Moses to threaten Pharaoh. After a few plagues, Pharaoh decides that yeah, he's gonna let them go. Then GOD
HARDENS PHARAOH'S HEART SO HE WOULDN'T RELEASE THE ISRAELITES. You read right, God intentionally made Pharaoh keep them so he could continue to heap
more and worse plagues on Egypt. Pharaoh several times wants desperately to let them go, but God isn't done trolling and keeps it up until he slays
all the first-born children (who had nothing to do with the slavery thing). THEN God lets Pharaoh let them go, and then IMMEDIATELY makes him change
his mind so he would sens his troops to be drowned.
Oh, and those Israelites? God later slaughtered half of them because they made a gold cow. Didn't you just spend ten plagues and a load of asshole
points saving them?
And there's the time God demanded an old man who worshiped him without question to sacrifice his only son as a test of loyalty, God #ed up Job's
life on a bet with Lucifer, murdered a bunch of children for calling a guy "Baldy", annihilated two cities for not being very hospitable, and told
his followers to either convert everyone they met or destroy them if they refused.
And it all culminates in God's extremely convoluted and pointless decision to forgive man's sins by making a piece of himself mortal, having it
killed, and making it immortal again and rejoin him. Which accomplished dick-all.