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Exhibit A: The story of Cain and Abel
In the bible God expects offerings from his lowly human peons - because you know, a loving god wants to make sure you know he is the fucking boss and what he says goes. Abel offers him the flesh of animals - you know, he kills some animals for no reason other then to show his god that he can. This is seen as a worthy offering by god.
Now those who aren't Christian are probably thinking, "That is an awfully sinister god!" - I ASSURE you however, the bible says he is a nice god! Cain on the other hand offers god his crops instead of the flesh of animals. God sees this as unfit. What comes next kiddies? Cain sacrifices to his god the flesh of animal - his brother Abel. God then casts Cain away and Cain is forever seen as evil. Now I ask you, where does this story support a just and loving god? I beg to differ.
(God was jealous and angry that Cain outsmarted him - after this all murder was seen as evil... except, you know, when it was done because god said its okay; like killing those fucking dirty arabs)