This is a rant that I have been thinking about for a little while now.
If God wanted humans to truly understand His will, why did He use fallible humans to write His book? It doesn't make sense to me. The Bible clearly states that God knew how to write; He supposedly wrote the original ten commandments on stone.
- Was it His own laziness that resulted in His homemade idiots writing it for Him?
- If He is "all knowing" then wouldn't He have known that the guys He had doing His work would screw it up (did screw it up), which would cause people to doubt His message, which would result in millions ending up in His hell?
- Are we so expendable to God that He can risk losing a few million souls, just to avoid writing and spreading His message Himself?
If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself.
As for the Bible being infallible, rabbits do not chew their cud. Therefore, rabbits must be "clean" and not "unclean," even though the Bible says they are unclean. (Deuteronomy 14:7) Right? Even if rabbits did chew their cud, SO WHAT?! Why does that make them "unclean" or, in other words, bad?
If God actually intended to leave a clear message to the world, He could not have done a worse job of it.
"GOD BREATHED"... my ass.
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