God Creates Evil
When you check your Bible for the accuracy of these selected C&Vs, note to yourself if it is God or Satan who is documented to create evil. And, if you really don’t care – ask yourself – why?
Isaiah 45:7 God said: I form the light and create darkness. I make peace and create evil. I, God do these things.
I form the Light and Create Darkness I make Peace and Ceate Evil
Lamination’s 3:38 God said: That I may repent of the evil, which I purpose to do unto them because of the evil of their doings.
Jeremiah 11:11 God said: I will bring evil upon them, which they cannot escape. Though they cry, I will not listen to them.
Ah – what compassion!
Earth is not perfect because there is war and killing on Earth. There was war in Heaven. If this is true, Heaven cannot be perfect. So, God’s Earth is not perfect. God’s Heaven is not perfect. Ergo, God is not perfect. If God creates evil, God is evil.
Jeremiah 14:16 God said: … I will pour their wickedness upon them.
So – God is going to be as evil as they are?
Some might defend that these references to God creating evil are “taken out of context”? Yes – but, if you are a realist, you will have to realize that regardless – God creates evil. Besides, each C&V has an importance and a context of its own. Doesn’t it?
Jeremiah 18:11 God said: I frame evil against you.
Jeremiah 19:3 God said: Behold, I will bring evil upon this place.
Jeremiah 19:15 God said: I will bring upon this city evil because they don’t obey Me.
Jeremiah 23:12 God said: I will bring evil upon them…
I Will Bring Evil Upon Them
The “out of context” excuse doesn’t matter as all who create evil have personal reasons to create it.
Jeremiah 26:3 God said: All the evil which I purpose to do unto them; that they may return every man from his evil way; that I may forgive their iniquity and their sin.
Jeremiah 32:42 God said: As I have brought great evil so will I do the good I promised them.
Praise and punishment are the tools of dog training.
Jeremiah 35:17 God said: Behold, I will bring all the evil on Judah and Jerusalem that I have pronounced against them.
Jeremiah 36:31 God said: I will bring evil upon him, his seed and his servants…
Behold: Due to the sins of the father, God punishes the father, his children and those who work for him. What is “just and fair” about that?
Jeremiah 40:2 God has placed evil upon this place.
Jeremiah 42:10 God repented of the evil He did to someone.
This Bible, C&V, proves that God is not perfect / infallible or truly in control. It documents that God makes mistakes. Doesn’t it? If you don’t think so – would you know a mistake if you saw it? One who is infected by “The God Virus” could not see God’s evil nor His mistakes.
Jeremiah 42:17 God said: Men shall die of the sword, famine and pestilence and none will escape the evil I will bring upon them.
Famine and Pestilence
Jeremiah 44:2 God said: You have seen all the evil I have brought upon Jerusalem and Judah…
Jeremiah 45:5 God said: If you seek things for yourself – do not – for I will bring evil upon all flesh…
Jeremiah 49:37 God said: I will bring evil upon them – even my fierce anger…
Jeremiah 51:64 Babylon shall sink and shall not rise from the evil I will bring upon her.
Babylon shall sink
Can you name a more evil or angry character than God in the entire Bible? Can you name someone in the Bible who is more miserable than the Biblical God?
Ezekiel 6:10 God said: They shall know that I am God and that I have not said in vain that I will do this evil to them.
Ezekiel 20:25-26 God said: As I have brought great evil upon these people…
How does all of God’s love for humanity show up within these selected Bible C&Vs?
Micah 2:3 God said: Against this family I devise an evil…
1 Kings 21:29 God said: Because Ahab humbled himself before Me, I will not bring evil upon him – but I will put evil on his son’s house.
How many more examples would you need to know that the Biblical God is ‘evil’ and not “just and fair”?
2 Chronicles 34:24 God said: I will bring evil upon this place upon its people including all the curses written in the book…
Amos 3:6 Shall there be evil in a city, and the Lord hath not done it?
Evil In A City?
Conclusion: The God of the Bible is not a good God and the Bible is not a good model for humanity.
It is time for them to be retired to the Smithsonian Institute Library as the worst and the most destructive model ever for humanity.
USA: A Judeo-Christian Country
This God / Bible criticism-commentary was partly inspired by “God Versus Satan” as originally seen on the history channel 10-19-08.
Any corrections, feedback or comments?
The man who has the best documented Biblical research I have found to date is: C. Dennis McKinsey’s (Deceased) His two books are:
“The Encyclopedia of Biblical Errancy: 1995
“Biblical Errancy” (A Reference Guide) 2000 by Prometheus Books.