God of love, huh?

For Jews and Christians, I want to know why your god is so full of love when your own holy texts show he’s the only deity or immortal ever to have killed humans.  That’s right, not even Satan killed anyone who was not offered as a sacrifice by your god.

Here’s the math.

God killed far more than 2,000,000 people, and that doesn’t include large massacres where we have no specific numbers or references in the bible/torah.  That means events like the great flood and the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah are not included in that number.

Satan killed only 10 people, and the 10 he killed were offered to him as sacrifices by your god as part of the bet he had with the devil on whether or not Job would deny his faith in light of total losses.  That means satan killed no one who your god did not already mark for death and specifically give to his nemesis to be killed.

That is the loving god you worship.  He’s a murderer, a killer, a destroyer of children and families.  If your religious texts are the inspired word of your evil little warlord of a god, he is an admitted hater of people who will not hesitate to wipe them out.

Maybe I’ve misunderstood the meaning of love…

3 thoughts on “God of love, huh?”

  1. oh sorry i was laughing at your post, i forgot to say what i was going to…if you hate god so much or dont believe in him…why waste your time with posting stuff like that?..haha seems to me you have some sort of grudge against him…and lets face it..your not changing anyones mind…so why try? o well just some insite

  2. There is no god to hate, but it still needs to be said. You read it. Others have and will. Religion brings nothing but pain and suffering to the world, inciting dysfunction within people and retarding their ability to think and reason. If I don’t say it, who will? Who will stand and point at the false and laughable faiths that have wrought nothing but death, suffering, and hatred upon the world?

    Thanks, but I’ll keep dismantling all religions to the best of my ability just to satisfy my own need to be honest and to try and make the world a better place.

    This is no grudge. It’s the same as any scientist declaring Earth is billions of years old. It’s not an intentional slight toward religions that think otherwise; on the contrary, it’s a statement of fact. Whether it changes any minds is irrelevant; it only matters if it causes someone to think, even if for only a moment.

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