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  • God Created Evil. God IS Evil

    God allows calamity in our lives to the point that when we lose faith, the claim is, "Well, you didn't have enough faith". AS IF, any amount of faith was going to change His will to begin with. If God wants to fuck you over, there is NO amount of faith on this planet or any other that can prevent Him from fucking you over. God is racist, a hypocrite, and just as evil and more evil than Satan Himself.

  • The wages of sin is death

    That's a saying that's throughout the bible, and churches. Yet we're told to pray for forgiveness of our sins and god would automatically forgive. However death still exists, so forgiveness hasn't been forgiven. If I tell my child to do something to avoid the punishment and they do it, the punishment is cancelled. And it's stupid too say "God gave us freewill" because he really didn't, no matter what a person does good or evil death is a guaranteed. And it's very unfair that a "just" god would give the same ending to people that do good and bring no harm to anyone the same ending as a murderer, rapist, child molester etc. Hell even children, babies die what wrong did they do. Plus people say because of Adam and Eve disobedience death exist, yet god knew they were going to do it, forget freewill it was already predestined too happen, just like "the devil" was created too wreak havoc and chaos on the world. If Satan had power to make people do anything and can create evil then god isn't the creator of all things which would then make him or whoever invented him a liar.

  • He's a hypocrite

    The Bible God is a blind hypocrite who sees our sins but who cannot see sin in His own behavior. He cannot even keep His own commandment, "Thou shalt not kill." He has a Jekyll and Hyde personality. He also created a cruel natural world filled with violence and killing.

  • Hypocrite by very ot nature!

    He broke his own commandments in order to eradicate sin that he created the commandments against and broke in order to do so. There are various passages that support this and the Bible was written by man, not God, so more evidence to this side being the truth, regardless or not if others want to not be able to handle the truth...

  • Hypocrite by very ot nature!

    He broke his own commandments in order to eradicate sin that he created the commandments against and broke in order to do so. There are various passages that support this and the Bible was written by man, not God, so more evidence to this side being the truth, regardless or not if others want to not be able to handle the truth...

  • If we’re nothing but sinners and need to be saved, then...

    Please correct me if I am wrong. God created mankind in His own image, right? Would this not make God the divine hypocrite (the original sinner).

    If god wants to holds all of us accountable! I believe that god only needs to look no further than in a mirror. Wake up, “God was created in our own image”.

  • Saphira and her husband

    This story... Besides the do not kill part which is abundant in the bible god does he also has flat out lied. The whole point of jesus dying was to take our sins away so we wouldnt be punished on this earth for what we did wrong and would have to face them in the afterlife if not accepting jesus as lord and savior. Saphira and her husband not only were murdered by god they were murdered AFTER jesus died showing he lied about his promise. Lying is considered a sin yet he himself lied

  • God: the biggest hypocrite

    It's stated within the bible and is a part of the commandments that as humans, we are not allowed to do various things. Among them being murder, overeating, being angry, or worshiping anything BUT HIM. To me, that's quite the long list of hypocritical scenarios God has been in. He has murdered, out of anger no less, and he has a jealously complex. If you worship anyone but him, that means less attention is on him, so he is jealous over it. He wants to be the only one worshiped which is extremely prideful. He also gave us "free will" where we have consequences if we don't do as he wants. If he didn't give us "free will' and just controlled us like we do children's toys and such, then he probably would have gotten bored.

  • Do as I say, not as I do

    God declares dozens of rules to us, one of which is 'Thou shalt not kill', and the one commandment that god has broken, and even commands that it be broken, quite often, in both the new and old testament he floods the earth killing everyone save the few people he put on the ark. Other examples include the bible demanding that all witches be killed and burned, despite the fact that magic isn't real, and all the 'incidents' of witchcraft were in fact caused by wheat crops being attacked by a moss that contains the base ingredients of LSD, people would harvest the moss and bake it into bread which would then be consumed by the populace resulting in the symptoms of 'witchcraft' and people would just be randomly accused and burned until the effects wore off. These are but a few examples of the hypocrisy of god and, by extension, Christianity and all of it's practitioners, the vast majority of whom cherry-pick what pieces of the bible they wish to follow, and ignore the rest.

  • He is Hypocritical

    The 10 commandments state that you shouldn't kill. God is a being, he thinks that it doesn't account to him. In the bible (excluding Noah's flood), God kills over 10,000 people. He sent 2 bears to maul 42 boys to death for calling Elisha a 'baldy'. How dumb is that? So that is proof he is hypocritical.

  • God Is Not A Hypocrite

    God is far from a hypocrite. The words of God are very clear and God seems to stick by them. What is hypocritical is how people interpret or follow what God says or instructs individuals to do. Interpretation seems to make people change their minds on how to react to the words of God.

  • God is the "I am"

    People want to see God as hypocritical only because they wish to have the power GOD himself has. Since they cannot have that authority, they want to cry hypocrisy. People interpret the scriptures to suit themselves. Take a hard look at what the Bible says, and ignore what others perceive GOD to be. FIND HIM YOURSELF! He is waiting....

  • Does God have to obey the 10 commandments?

    The question is, does the circumstance change in a morally relevant way when God is the subject in view? To kind of clarify that, I could ask a question: What is your most prized possession? Say it's a mountain bike. Okay, if you owned your mountain bike is it okay if you disassemble it and spread it around? If it's yours it would be okay. I can do what I want with my own things. But what if someone else did that to your bike? Well, that would be wrong because someone else doesn't have the liberty to do that with something that is not their own. Yet, you being the owner of that thing do have the liberty to do whatever you want with what is yours.

    I think that is the same principle that informs this question about God. God tells us that we should not kill other human beings. Why shouldn't we? You see a clear picture of the rationale against murder in Genesis 9 right after the flood. We see God prohibiting the shedding of man's blood. There is the metaphor for murder. The way God puts it is this: "When man sheds man's blood, by man his blood shall be shed for [here is the rationale] in the image of God, God created man." God is saying, You kill another human being and other human beings can kill you because when you kill another human being you are killing someone who is made in my image. There is a factor that is morally relevant to the circumstance: the factor of ownership. This factor is a morally relevant distinction that makes a different moral rule applies there.

    Why is murder wrong? According to Genesis 9 the reason that murder is wrong is you are destroying something of God's, something that bears His nameplate - His image. You destroy another human being and you will be punished for destroying God's property.
    The simple answer is, no, God does not have to keep all the Ten Commandments. In fact, it is hard to imagine how many of them even apply to Him. Does God have to keep the Sabbath? Does God have to dedicate a portion of His week to the Lord? No, that's for His subjects, not for the King. Should God not have any other Gods before Him? That's kind of ludicrous. It doesn't apply. He doesn't have to honor His parents. He doesn't have parents. What about coveting? Thou shall not covet. What is coveting? Isn't it desiring something that is not your own? Is it possible for God to covet? What is there that is not properly His? Nothing, therefore God can't covet. The Ten Commandments are an expression of God's desire and in many ways an expression of His character, but they are expressions of His character that have a certain application to human beings who are His subjects and the rules do not apply to Him in the same way.

  • God kills yes, he does commit murder.

    GOD KILLS.
    Many have used an inaccurate quote of the 10 commandments. 'Thou shall not kill' unfortunately this 15 century interpretation is not what is said at all.

    The command is 'Do no murder' - murder is the unlawful, premeditated killing of a person.

    God throughout the Bible DOES permit and at time even orders the killing of people. Murderers are to be killed. Rapists are to be treated as murderers (i.E killed), Witchcraft is punishable by death etc

    The problem is people dont read the Biblical accounts properly. The flood account; all were wicked, God was upset and troubled, he saved the only good people he could find etc. Read it Gen 6-7

    Sodom is the same story Gen 18. God gets the facts by visiting. He is moved to act initially by the 'cry' from the oppressed people being effected by people from the city. There is a long dialogue with Abraham to establish that God does NOT 'judge the righteous along with the wicked'. The clear point being that God would not destroy the city if good people lived there. This is confirmed yet again as angels are sent to the city to retrieve the only good people (Lot and his family). The account even depicts the men of the city trying to gang rape the angels.... Its not a good situation. Only when the righteous are out of harms way does God destroy the city.

    In all these examples righteous people are not perfect that is also clear in the Bible. What is clear about righteous people is that they try to live rightly and in worship of God.

    Anyway more could be said but the point it that God is clear of his standard. He is also clear that he made people, that he has the their eternity in his thinking. Thus he will alway be acting in a omnipresent way to try and ensure as many people as possible choose to live a life in community with him.

    Posted by: Joss
  • No, unless you picture God as a big human.

    God is not a big human being in the sky. God is the name we give to a transcendent reality that at the same time permeates our world. This reality is the energy from which things spring and is love itself. However, God does not make the decisions about what happens in this world.

  • How can He be?

    God is not exactly a sentient being, but rather a free spirit whom renders divine judgment upon this planet. The Bible, like any other mythology, is up for interpretation to the reader. God still follows what is said in the Bible; his worshipers do not necessarily. As the two posters below me have stated, God is not a hypocrite, but those followers are. I mean, isn't it hypocritical to sit for an hour in a Sunday mass to talk about the good of humanity and what we can do with our lives, then to go out in the parking lot and honk and shout expletives at the guy in front of you because he's taking too long to get his car onto the road? There's no way that God can be the hypocrite here. God isn't everyone. Sure, God is important to the function of this planet, whether you like it or not, but if you follow him and don't stick true to his word, then you are the hypocrite. This begs the question... does God have a Twitter account?

  • Not really.

    As stated below, the interpretations are what make the word of God hypocritical, particularly the "I'll ignore the parts I don't like and relentlessly quote the parts I do" people. The religion itself has become comically hypocritical because of the loudest voices representing it, but it didn't start as the mess we've made it.


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