I 100% believe in God and Jesus Christ both. I am not saying this to make you angry, upset in any way. All of the things you say. I have every right to believe you're truly jealous of God and Jesus Christ both. It's not nice of you. You only prove yourself as the opposite of a good soul.
I just pity the people who believe in that nonsense.
You're in no position to criticise people for believing in nonsense. I for one, have not forgotten your Holocaust denial.
K is losing it. His mind. And ITP is a supporter.
Oh? Please inform me of what you speak.
I'm not understanding apparently.
I feel right now as if no one does. I have felt this way for the longest now. I don't care if anyone does or not. I just don't. I love God. I love Jesus Christ. If that's all the love I will have until the day I die, leave this life then that is fine with me. Because my love is for eternity. I have no reason to stop loving. Negative is done to me I will forgive. And love more in return.
Krumple said: An all loving god wouldn't have created this universe the way it is. I can think of a far better universe yet I'm not even a god so this god of yours must be dumb.
You're the moron, you deliberately belittled what actually happened, disputed the figures so much it was akin to Holocaust denial. The fact is you're prepared to believe all manner of ridiculous nonsense, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, as long as it fits in with your prejudices.
You're in no position to ridicule what anyone else believes.
You fault God for allowing his intelligent creation the faculty of free will?
You would prefer he made puppets. Who pulls your strings?
My point as you have missed might be better illustrated with an analogy.
I am building a house, but I am also an all knowing being. I know when the house is finished one second after the last nail is pounded in that the entire house is going to collapse making all my work for not. What would the point be in building the house knowing what the result would be? But let's up the stakes. Before that last nail is pounded in, I have a family move into the house while I continue to work on it. This doesn't change the out come at all. The last nail goes in, the house falls and the family dies in the collapse. I knew all along what would happen yet I did nothing to change or alter it even though I have the power to do so.
It is silly. Cruel, and well to be honest. The reason why odd and strange things happen is because there is no god. This is why some times there is evil in the world that seems to go unpunished. Why good things go unrewarded. Why the universe is so hostile. Not to mention why there are over four thousand religions and over fourteen thousand denominations of christianity alone. They all want to shape and mold their versions to suit how they want it to be to suit them.
Krumple's analogy is simplistic, and insulting to all Atheists, most of whom are way smarter than her. It assumes to know the mind of God, and not only that, reduces that mind to a housebuilder, as opposed to say a particle physicist. It's easily countered by saying that maybe God knew the family would produce a despotic leader ten times more bloody than Hitler.
So you also believe God's foreknowledge is necessary. But God has no more compulsion to read our individual outcomes than you or I have to read the last page of the whodunnit.
Indeed, this restraint on Jehovah's part is the key to our free will.
Anyways it is not free will to demand or make a commandment and then on top of that suggest a result for failing to adhere to that commandment. That would impact free will more than anything else. "I don't want to be tortured for eternity, I guess I won't do that." So if god really cared about free will there wouldn't be any commandments at all period. He would just see who naturally figures it out. But I don't expect you to accept this because you want to be dodgy like typical theists who hate logic or reasoning.
You see some theists, christians mostly only don't do things because they fear the punishment for them. This doesn't make them good people, it makes them mind slaves to the fear of eternal torment.
Once again, you have shown a lack of understanding of the issues. You speak of eternal torture. Why? If you had actually read the Bible, instead of just relying on the word of others, you would know differently.
You certainly will not die