If you truly loved someone (as god is supposed to love us) can you envisage a situation where you would be content to see them suffer for eternity for a transgression as minor as not loving you back?
Was it okay for Hitler to kill the Jews? If not, why not?
Could Christ have prevented his alleged crucifixion? If he could have but didn't, wasn't that suicide?
What happens to people who don't accept what you claim?
Answers: Atheist, Christian
Why would a god allow such suffering in this world? Why are there people with crippling, painful disorders and diseases?
How would you recommend dealing with theistic relatives on "holy" days without starting family feuds?
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