Quote# 3317

Without God, the baby [David's son, killed by God in 2 Samuel 12:13-19] wouldn't have been alive in the first place. Killing David wouldn't have taught David a lesson (how can you learn a lesson when you're dead?). Showing the effect his sins has on those he loves would and did teach him a lesson. The death of your beloved child is much more likely to change your ways than your own death.

KingDavid8, Theology Web 4 Comments [6/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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It's not an 'effect' of his 'sins' if God decides to murder an infant.
There is no causal relationship.

Also: what a prick.

12/14/2005 2:36:44 AM

Darth Wang

You mean the poster, or God?

12/14/2005 3:47:49 AM


Little from column A and a little from column B, Darth.

I'm consistently amazed by how they manage to make God sound like a tyrannical dictator who would make Stalin blush. Killing your kid because you fuck up ... there's nothing even remotely \"merciful\" or \"just\" about that.

12/14/2005 6:40:14 AM

Quantum Mechanic


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