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#182 - monsterme (09/13/2012) [-]
I hate when people say, "If there was a God, then he wouldn't let innocent people for no reason."
He's God, he can do whatever the **** he wants.
#293 to #182 - nobodyhere (09/13/2012) [-]
It is stupid to say that, "If there was a God, then he wouldn't let innocent people die" because we firstly we have no idea of the traits or characteristics of what a creator of the universe would be like if there is one. Even though there is no evidence to show that a God exists, if one does he could be an evil, sadistic **** or he could simply be completely apathetic towards everything he created. There is nothing to say that he cares about humanity just like he doesn't give a care about the other species of innocent animals who die everyday. People assume that once a God exists, then this automatically means an afterlife exists and that this God created us in his image and that he has some plan specifically for us. If there is a creator of the universe, why the hell would he care about one subspecies of ape on one little speck of dust in this vast cosmos? All we can infer from the assumption that a God exists, is that there is a creator of the universe and nothing else. From the time you start to apply traits to this being, I will first have to ask you, what special information have you been exposed to that is not available to me? Is your source of information a compilation of a translation of a translation of a translation of books written thousands of years ago by fearful, uneducated goat herders in the middle east that had no understanding of the world around them(the bible)?. If so, then i will ask you how credible is this source? When you can justify whether or not a God exists and why your interpretation of this being is correct, we can then discuss whether or not he is evil and even worthy of praise or worship.
#246 to #182 - ancientaliens (09/13/2012) [-]
"he wouldn't let innocent people for no reason."
User avatar #187 to #182 - heartlessrobot (09/13/2012) [-]
Exactly. God and Beelzebub, angels and demons, they're beyond our comprehension, our definition, of good and evil. They are not bound by our laws, nor our reason, or morals, or even sense of decency. Implying they exist, which is beyond our means to truly find out.
User avatar #205 to #187 - randomserb (09/13/2012) [-]
This.
#198 to #187 - monsterme (09/13/2012) [-]
Amen.
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