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- Aug 19, 2004
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What exactly is 'my' interpretation here? I have quoted the Bible, taken the actions of your God for everyone to see how kind and merciful he is. Why do you blame this on me? You avoiding the subject and putting all the blame on me cause you know i have a point here. You think i am here to convince you? i am here to see on a scale of stupidity to gullibity where do believers stand. You repeatedly make this about me, but it's clear why you do it though.We know your interpretation of God. You have expressed your beliefs like a zealot, which is fine. Yet you fail to convince those of us who believe, despite your protestations, and "evidence". Your interpretation seems very negative and angry, and based on your studies after falling out.
And before you start with your 'mysterious ways' argument then why should I worship a being who's intentions I do not know? He could be benevolent or malevolent or some where in between. Why should I worship someone who might not have my best intentions in mind and/or could be evil to the core? I suppose their might be perks to bowing to evil figures but I don't think it would necessarily be moral.
Without appealing to might makes right, I don't think there's a good answer to "What moral reasons do I have to worship someone who may be entirely malevolent but is beyond my judgment?".
The next time someone says "God is good", should I tell them "Who are you to judge God?!" ?