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Also about eternal+194If God created the sun, which is essentially a ticking time bomb, then it is conceivable that He intended to expunge humanity at a certain point (if we somehow manage to survive that long). Maybe, then, He did this with all the older stars: created, watched fail/destroyed, and moved on. And the younger stars wait in an eternal queue to be God's next science fair project, amirite?
Also about eternal-7It's amazing how much God loves us. He could cause the non-believers to seize to exist when they die. They don't want to spend their lives with Him, why should He spend their deaths with them? But no. That would just be evil. Instead He would much rather punish them with eternal torture in a lake of fire because He loves us all so much, amirite? More
Also about eternal-61Easter – because it was necessary and not nonsensical for God to send a part of him to be human and then to be sacrificed as a debt payed to himself to pay for humanity’s sins, allowing people who have let Jesus into their hearts a chance to be rescued by eternal punishment that he appointed himself. His depicted characteristics don't seem to be in the nature of a divine being at all, amirite?