Biblical stupidity part 98

There are 7427 blatant absurdities in the bible. Among them:
Religious fools are so much fun to laugh at. In any discussion about the bible, I will purposely state that Adam and Eve ate a few apples in the garden of Eden. Then I sit back to listen as they lose their minds over the “apple” statement. They will glide over the nonsense of a talking snake, walking on all four, winning an argument with humans created in God’s image and condemned to eat dust, to remind me that the bible never said “apple”, just fruits. They are that funny.
Sometimes the conversation involves logic and, once again, biblical believers usually show their fun side. Take this verse for example:
Genesis 6:13 And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth.
So the logic for God is to use violence to correct violence. The residents were so wicked that an evil God had to destroy them. He had no other choice. Like a bad record, an omnipotent and almighty God got stuck in the murderous groove.
Soon thereafter, God would realize how stupid an idea the flood was. An evil God used the flood to destroy the world because mankind was evil, then after the flood decided never to do it again because mankind was evil.
If he was omniscient, why didn’t he start his “creation” AFTER the flood, and avoid slaughtering so many little babies?
When God gets off his medications, it seems that not only men, women and children get butchered, trees also get on his nerves.
If he was omniscient, he should have known about his future plan for salvation, because Jesus was waiting, ready yet unwilling to die for everyone’s sins. God already knew that Jesus wasn’t doing anything at the time, but gathering dust while waiting for a chance to knock up his mom.
It could have been a win-win for God; instead, it turned out to be another “small lack of judgment for God and a giant disaster for mankind”.

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