The Quick and Easy Guide to God

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4 Responses to The Quick and Easy Guide to God

  1. Erik says:

    Went through this. I got to “Does God Want to Prevent Evil” and said “No”. This is because of free will. If he really wanted to prevent evil, he wouldn’t have given us free will. In my opinion, being a mindless puppet would be much worse than being in a world of evil. I saw “Free will” as an answer down the chart, so I went down there.

    “Could God have created a world without evil?”

    Yes

    “Then why didn’t he?”

    Free will.

    “Could God have created a universe with free-will but without evil”

    Yes

    “Then why didn’t he?”

    Because to do so, we would have to be pure and, with our own free will, not be evil. Basically, everyone here would be Jesus. But when you think about it, Jesus is God, thus everyone would be God, everyone would be all knowing and all powerful. We’d all be omnipresent and omnipotent and thus God wouldn’t have created anything. It’d be a universe with just God in it. It’s our evil and sin that separates us from him and makes us unique creatures.

    • iankogneeto says:

      Erik,

      You said: “I got to “Does God Want to Prevent Evil” and said “No”.” – I am so glad you immediately admit that if your god (as opposed to all the other versions out there) exists, he/she/it is not omnibenevolent, i.e. is not all good. Well, that certainly explains the bible. 😉

      “This is because of free will.” – Free will doesn’t exist; it’s an oxymoron. You on the other hand are simply a moron.

      “If he really wanted to prevent evil, he wouldn’t have given us free will.” – Pretending for a moment that god and free will exist (which they do not), you have once again conceded that your fictitious superhero is NOT GOOD. I am in total agreement with this, because IF god existed (and as we’ve established, he doesn’t) then he is quite clearly the exact opposite of anything resembling ‘good’.

      “In my opinion, being a mindless puppet would be much worse than being in a world of evil.” – Notwithstanding the rather amusing irony that that’s exactly what you are, your (exceedingly dumb) opinion has no bearing here. We’re dealing with premises and their logical conclusions after all, not your personal preference or wayward flights of fancy on your god-friend’s motivations. Furthermore, even if we indulged your silly fantasy, all we need to do is to subject ‘free will’ to the flow chart at the top of the page and your magic championing side still loses. Why? Because if an all powerful/all good being existed then he could surely wangle it so that free will existed, but evil did not. No? Then as the flow chart shows us, he’s not all good/all powerful after all. No matter how much you try to slither your way around this, the logic – unlike your fictitious deity – is absolute.

      Last word on this section before moving on… How dare you be so gung ho about the problem of evil. While I hope it never happens that you find yourself in a desperately grim situation, I am sure your cavalier attitude would be as hard to find as your brain cells should it actually come to pass.

      Carrying on, you once again posit the illusory ‘free will’ idea as god’s get out of jail free card for not creating an ‘evil absent’ universe. I quote…

      “Because to do so, we would have to be pure and, with our own free will, not be evil.” – Brushing aside the head scratchingly obscure idea that ‘purity’ and ‘will’ are seemingly mutually exclusive properties, it begs the question why a supposedly all good being would go through all this asinine palaver in the first place. As if anticipating my confusion, you do make some attempt at giving a reason for this metaphysical nonsense, but like the rest of your post, it’s utter gibberish. I’ll get to that in a sec, but first…

      “Basically, everyone here would be Jesus.” – Whoa there horsey! Why Jesus? Why not Muhammed? Buddha? Vishnu? Captain America? Although totally redundant to point out, given that the rest of your reply has been seven shades of shit, you’ve given us no reason why your favourite comic book character should be singled out for example in favour of the others, especially when there are people like me in existence who are waaaay more pure and moral than the biblical Jesus was purported to be. After all, I certainly wouldn’t create beings who were destined for hell. Hell, I wouldn’t have created hell! Told you I was better than god… not that I like to brag or anything.

      “But when you think about it, Jesus is God, thus everyone would be God, everyone would be all knowing and all powerful.” – And if we were all knowing and all powerful then we wouldn’t have created a clusterfuck of a world full of retards like you. The very fact that people like you exist is PROOF that there is no god. Think about that for a moment… in between all the masturbatory Jesus dreams.

      “We’d all be omnipresent and omnipotent and thus God wouldn’t have created anything.” – So in your effed up head, if we didn’t have free will (which we don’t anyway!), we’d suddenly be transformed into gods?! LOL You really are insane to a bat-shit degree, aren’t you? It also reminds me of an amusing meme which ties in nicely with your daft response. Basically it has someone asking Jeezy Creezy why evil exists in the world. Haysoos answers as dumbly as you have by saying, “free will”. The person then asks if there’s evil in heaven, to which Herr Christos replies, “of course not”. The crowd member then asks if that’s the case then is there free will in heaven, to which old Jay Boy is left going, “umm…. yes… I mean no….. umm, well… ” It’s a funny meme, but unfortunately in real life it isn’t a laughing matter. Morons like you exist out there in your millions. Morons who actually believe this obvious tripe and cause havoc in the world because of it.

      You end your ludicrous post with this typically mental mess: “It’d be a universe with just God in it. It’s our evil and sin that separates us from him and makes us unique creatures.” Uh, okay then. That’s nice. So basically god is lonely and god is a dick. Gotcha. Thanks for stopping by.

      Sorry, but if there really WAS an all good, all knowing and all powerful entity, then THE WORLD IN WHICH WE LIVE SIMPLY WOULD NOT EXIST. Free will, unfree will, semi-free will – none of that, or anything else your imagination can concoct, matters one iota in a discussion about a being seemingly possessed of the aforesaid ABSOLUTE qualities. Do you understand what ABSOLUTE means? Wait, I forgot whom I’m asking, of course you don’t! There is a reason for people like you – who lamely attempt to defend the logical fallacies of the bible – being called apologists, and that’s because your book is so laughably ridiculous when subjected to even the slightest bit of scrutiny that you have to APOLOGISE for it! Goodnight and for the love of the non-existen god, please don’t procreate.

  2. mycuriouscreator says:

    This seems to be a little too certain/reduces God down to a chart, don’t you think?

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