Noah and the Flood
God got narked with the population of Earth, so he decided to drown them all - including 'infants and persons who had no idea what a boat was, persons living a quiet and harmless life etc.' It would have been much simpler to put in a few rainbows, burning bushes and other 'unusual phenomena', and possibly even 'Joshua ben Joseph' and make as many as possible see the error of their ways and then 'deal with' the recalcitant ones.
When the ark comes to rest, Noah gets drunk and God imposes the curse of Ham on one of his sons.
Summat missing? 220.127.116.11 (talk) 14:54, 2 July 2013 (UTC)
- Job: He tortures His most loyal follower, then gets mad at him when he questions God for doing this. —вιgℓʝвιgℓ (тαℓк/ѕтαℓк) 16:11, 15 August 2017 (UTC)
As an agnostic, I am open to the idea of a God, but an omnibenevolent God and YEC are two things I refuse to accept as possible. —LJL (ᴛᴀʟᴋ/sᴛᴀʟᴋ) 21:33, 25 August 2017 (UTC)
- When an Evangelist says Hell is not present enough on shepherds' (or whoever are called) discourses and that people must fear God, the credibility of divine Omnibenevolence goes away. --Panzerfaust (talk) 13:51, 8 September 2017 (UTC)