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Heck, no.

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Yes!

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Meh.

So-so. Good and badish.
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Jonbonbon says2015-09-02T17:40:48.7933948Z
What does morally nice mean?
Vox_Veritas says2015-09-02T17:48:12.2418374Z
What the *expletive* does "nice" have to do with anything? He is just, He shows compassion and mercy to human beings, but the Bible doesn't mention God being "nice".
Rust_Cohle says2015-09-02T20:37:32.2723264Z
Wow Vox_Veritas someone is asking you to think for yourself that must be a challenging for you
TBR says2015-09-02T21:02:02.6861432Z
I agree that "morally nice" should have just been "nice", but the God of the bible is most certainly not nice.
Heterodox says2015-09-02T22:45:58.8573184Z
Hmm, good question. I've never met him and I don't know what you mean by morally nice.
Haroush says2015-09-03T00:42:32.3509482Z
Seriously, what does morally nice mean?
ClashnBoom says2015-09-03T02:03:22.6872399Z
Is God nice and moral according to the Bible? You can have great morals but not show that your nice.
Network says2015-09-03T17:51:23.9392019Z
Good is not always nice. I think that's the main issue that people have with this debate.
harrydz says2015-10-23T23:33:01.9859385Z
God is angered by sin but He is love. Where you define 'nice' as kind, yes he is.
K8 says2016-06-06T05:18:19.1436961Z
I cannot vote, as the question makes no sense. "Nice" is not a moral position. Someone can be just as nice while they are committing morally wrong actions as when they are doing good. "Is God morally just?" would make more sense, and to that question I can answer yes. He is a God of mercy but also of justice, of righteousness but also of righteous anger, and while he loves his creation, he also cannot abide by sin and therefore is a God of wrath as well as of love.

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