Is God impotent? Evil? or non-existent?

Religious people often use their religious books as arguments, often the argument goes like this.

This holy book is old and since it is written in it it is true and the word of god. This is of course a circular argument ie: total nonsense, keep in mind that the Bible, Koran and other so called holy books is nothing more that bronze age nonsense written by people living in tents.

lets take a look at something els from the same time period, EPIKUR (342? – 270 f.v.t.) the greek philosofer. posed some interesting questions around the stupidity of god that i think illustrates how incredibly stupid you have to be to be religious.

Epikurs questions went something like this, there is evil all around so:

Is god willing to prevent evil and suffering, but unable to do it? (then god is not almighty)

Is he able, but unvilling to prevent evil and suffering? (then he is evil.)

Is he both able and willing to prevent evil and suffering? (then where does evil come from?)

Is he unable and unwilling to prevent evil and suffering? (then there is no point calling him god)

This quote is written down in an old text and should therefor be considered evidence of the absolute truth by the standards of religious people.

Once again if you are religious you are a complete moron, you are an idiot beyond classification and you should take a long walk off a tall cliff as soon as possible, sterilize yourself or go live in a cave to prevent further damage to the gene pool.

8 Responses to Is God impotent? Evil? or non-existent?

  1. D says:

    I already answered your accusations.

  2. D says:

    I just gave you a Christian’s answers. I wasn’t trying to prove Christianity or anything. All I did was answer your questions. Just telling you what I believe, as a Christian. If you were asking questions concerning whether or not God is real, I might have answered different.

  3. D you are making some extraordinary claims without any evidence whatsoever, prove it!

    in fact what you say isnt credible in any way shape or form.

    allow me to illustrate by changing God to something else.

    Ra allows evil because He allows us to have free will. If Ra took away the humans’ ability to sin, He would be taking away our free will, and that would be unjust. Sin came from Erika, who was created by Ra. Ra gave us free will, and we chose to bring sin into the world, therefore, evil and suffering.

    As you see, not credible, you might as well claim that we where given free will by pixies.

  4. D says:

    God allows evil because He allows us to have free will. If God took away the humans’ ability to sin, He would be taking away our free will, and that would be unjust. Sin came from satan, who was created by God. God gave us free will, and we chose to bring sin into the world, therefore, evil and suffering.

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