Ever lasting life in heaven under Yahweh Jesus and the holly ghost. Or is existenceless a more desirable end to life?
Dan Barker wrote a book called “God: The Most Unpleasant Character in All Fiction” in which he went through god’s attributes as laid out in “The God Delusion” by Richard Dawkins word by word.
“The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully.”
So of course not and besides it would be a boring hell.
Absolutely not. The Christian god is petty, spiteful, malicious, and cruel and idiotic. For example, if a god had the opportunity to create just ten rules that were to be the highest and most important rules of all why put in rules against working on Sunday or against lying but fail to put in rules against slavery, rape, molesting children, torture, or starting wars. The Christian god has some really stupid priorities.
No, according to the "bible", he killed more people than Lucifer did, if anyone's evil it's him. if he cares so much then why are little children left to suffer and cry in silence, and why are innocent animals left to die on the street with their underfed young. This is not the actions of goodness, but of disregard and neglect.
The childish, immoral,firstborn killing entity from the bible? Are you kidding? NO!
Why is "existenceless" a negative? You didn't exist before you were born, why exist after you die? Lead a good life, do good deeds and leave a good legacy. Make the world a better place for those who follow - that should be enough.
Lol you have to be kidding, right? I'd rather deal with the universe and life in general than deal with the Christian God. At least with the universe, it is not out to get you on purpose. Christian God on the other hand was just cruel from page one of the bible that delt with the creation story. He set Adam and Eve up to fail, considering he's all knowing.
I would not want a Christian God to be real because my impression of that God is that he is a real a-hole. It's possible that your statement about everlasting life isn't dependent on the existence of a Christian God. Christians might have everything wrong. There might be everlasting life without god, and there might be oblivion even with God. Being agnostic, I'm equally open to any possibility.
The Christian god is a tyrannical monster. I would not choose to worship a petty, jealous, vindictive deity even if I knew for certain that it were real. Heaven would be a moot point to me.
Honestly, with your poor spelling and very simplistic concept, you seem like a Christian troll.