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nataliesteiner asked: "At this point you are simply presenting your own interpretation of what you want god to be" - Isn't that your opinion since your view would be that He is cruel and unloving. While I'm getting my information from Scripture and 2000 years of Wisdom... Try reading Hosea, it's beautiful! And again with the punishment thing, we went over that, I don't want anyone to spend eternity without love. If you feel free, then it's really your own decision, no one's going to stop you!
It is my opinion, are you going to tell me that it is incorrect though? All religious people do it in some way, they really have to with how undefined many of the particular aspects of god are. People also like to invent what they feel this deities opinions would be on new topics that aren’t addressed in the bible. I’ll admit that statement is my opinion, but will you admit that it is correct?
You don’t want anyone to spend eternity being punished….but you support a deity who supposedly does, or permits it, or allows it. Are you a more moral person than what your god is? If you would do anything possible to prevent this punishment, and he supposedly can but does not, wouldn’t that mean you are more moral? But how can that be if “god” is the personification of everything god? I’m not saying that you fall short morally, but as we’ve discussed in the past, your god certainly seems to.