On Sun, Sep 16, 2012 , Roger Clough <rclo...@verizon.net> wrote:
> God loved the Israelites and hated their enemies.
Well that hardly seems fair, and God hated a hell of a lot more of His
creations than he loved.
> God did heap down fire and brimstone on the enemies of his people.
I understand that, what I don't understand is why we should love such a
> God and Jesus are two different people, although paradoxically both are
> parts of the trinity.
Doesn't it ever bother you that you believe very deeply in something that
you know to be paradoxical and do so for no other reason than that's what
you were told as a child? Does it ever bother you that the only reason they
told you that is that they themselves were told that when they were
> Jesus' bark was much worse than his bite.
In other words Jesus was a damn liar telling disgusting and terrifying
tails to His children for no other reason than to get them to do what He
wanted them to do. And That's exactly the same reason Bernie Madoff told
> He was angry at sinners and sin, as you might expect him to be.
No, that's not what I'd expect an all loving all knowing omnipotent being
> But He died for them -- and us as well -- at Golgotha.
So God arranged things so that we would torture Him to death because then
He could forgive us for eating a apple. You really have to teach that to
children when they are very very young, if you waited till they're 17
they'd laugh in your face. Jesus had infinite resources at his disposal and
could have come off that cross with a snap of His fingers, and I'm supposed
to get all weepy over Golgotha?? If He really wanted to show His love for
us a cure for bone cancer would be more appreciated than the stupid cross
John K Clark
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