God created life and death to test us to see who is better. I’d like to point out yet again that God is supposed to know everything, so why does he need to test us? I pointed this out back in Genesis, and I keep pointing it out because every holy book seems to forget it. Also, how is it a test if God is sovereign over everything like you’ve said previously? Seems like if God already decided the outcome and knows the outcome, this is all theater.
God made the stars to ward off the devils.
Mohammed thinks about this favorite fantasy again where everyone who said he was full of it realizes how wrong they were, but it’s too late, and AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!! IT BURNS!!!
God knows what you think. Now he doesn’t need to give us a test to determine what we think?
Are you confident that God won’t cause the Earth to collapse? Yeah, pretty confident. We might have earthquakes, but I’m pretty confident the world won’t collapse. Gravity does not work that way.
Are you confident that God won’t send a violent storm? I’d be less confident if you said a decades long drought followed by rising temperatures, but yes, I’m pretty confident no hurricanes will be hitting my little corner of the world anytime soon.
God makes birds fly. I mean, they have a unique bone structure, feathers, and physics behind them, but nope, it’s totally God holding them up.
God says we don’t say ‘Thank you’ enough.
I’d like to point out yet again that God is self-sufficient. Why does he need our constant expressions of admiration?
And if people say, “Yeah, when’s this supposed to happen?” you say, “I don’t know. I’m just here to warn you.”
God is compassionate and he’s also going to burn people alive forever.