If the God of the Bible existed, I’d do my best to make him not exist.
If he knew everything and could do anything, I know I’d probably fail. But hey! Better to die than live under that kind of tyranny.
If he had the power to create me with the free will to defy him, he has the power to take that free will away. That’s a worthless form of free will!
If he was all-good and loved me, I still wouldn’t forgive him. Because, you know what, my mother loves me and would do anything in her power for me, but we still don’t let her have the power to do whatever she wants for me, do we? We value our independence!
A benevolent dictator is still a dictator.
I don’t believe in God, but let me tell you this, if a scientific experiment proves tomorrow that the God of the Bible is real, it doesn’t follow logically that I need to worship him. There’s truth in that adjective God-fearing. If God is real, I’d be really afraid, because no matter how good his intentions, no matter how much he loves me, that much power concentrated in one person can’t be good.
God is the ultimate police state. He see and hears everything. God is the perfect totalitarian. He has complete control.
What life would be worth living if it’s not your life to live? If your life is just in the hands of God?
If you can show me God exists, the first thing I’ll do is make the Case For Satan!