I'm a teacher and an average person and have a lot of students. I never punish them, nor threaten them. In fact the only thing I tell them is that whether they study or not is not my concern, as whatever happens they themselves has to bear. I don't show any partiality, even if I show it is based solely on there interest in studies, not on there ability or performance or cast or creed. And without any tests I can easily assess my students.
God is supposed to be omnipotent and omnibenevolent.
Does he have to demonstrate his power by threatening damnation? Does he got to be showy at all. Those who tend to be bullies are insecure people, so when the believers say god will sent you to hell or punish you just for rejecting him, does that mean god got an inferiority complex?
Will an omnibenevolent god make some people more smart and sent the less fortunate to hell, just to assert his power?
Will an omnibenevolent god select some species over others and some among them in particular and be partial?
Will an omnipotent god be interested in knowing what you are doing in private?
by lamarkyoung45 years ago
We as christian are taught that we must live by what we learn in the bible. We must treat our trangressers as we have also trangressed against someone as well.Hebrews 5:8 Although He was a Son, He learned [active,...
by Claire Evans13 months ago
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by Rishad I Habib2 months ago
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by earnestshub5 years ago
After all the claims made by biblical religionists that the biblical god is all of the above, none of this god's actions seems to fit these lofty roles. For example, the biblical god has to be worshiped, which hardly...
by Slarty O'Brian4 years ago
If the Christian god is omnipotent then why would it need to order the murder of it's son so that it can forgive? No Christian can answer this because it is utter nonsense. But I challenge any christian to give it a try.
by Mahaveer Sanglikar4 years ago
If God is Almighty, Omnipotent, All knowing etc.etc, why he do not stop the bad things his children are doing (especially in his name) and the bad things happening with his children?
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