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November 10, 2005


It is interesting that Robertson's god happens to hate the very same people that Robertson does. It almost sounds like he is projecting his feelings onto his anthropomorphic deity. The idea of a vengeful deity who sits outside of creation, periodically damning people as their lives unfold according to god's own plan, strikes me as fairly petty.

How about "a vengeful deity who sits outside of creation, periodically damning" or at least seriously punishing hateful, greedy folks, such as Pat Robertson, who, of their own free wills, are refusing to live "according to (His) ... plan"? ("Whatsoever you do to the least of my brothers that you do unto me.") A comforting thought you must admit. (Cf. the parable of Lazarus and the rich man.)

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