Apparently, he can also break his commandments. I believe that's called hypocrisy.
1/21/2008 5:33:45 PM
And if god kills anyone, or even hurts anyone (which, as an omnipotent being, includes whenever anyone or anything hurting/killing someone else), then he is malevolent, not loving.
1/27/2008 11:55:50 PM
In other words, your God is a hypocrite. Thank you for clearing that up.
1/28/2008 12:06:25 AM
"It's not a crime if the President does it!" - Nixon
10/24/2010 4:43:44 PM
He'd say, "Screw you, I have the power, I'm gonna do whatever I want! Rules are for wimps like you! If you don't like it, talk to the eternal flames! And don't come bothering me for explanations because you're not getting any!"
Really explains a lot about the fundamentalist mentality.
10/24/2010 4:52:03 PM
Do as I say, not as I do.
It sounds like Magus here believes in relative morality, whether he realizes it or not. In his case, though, morality is relative to the person or entity that's performing the action, rather than the circumstances surrounding that action.
10/24/2010 5:15:05 PM
Or did he create them broken?
10/25/2010 3:26:50 PM
Magus55 makes an excellent case for maltheism.
10/25/2010 9:30:48 PM