Catholic myth: God is merciful and full of forgiveness

God is vicious to those who commit evil, as you should know because of:

  • the story of Noah
  • the first commandment
  • Matt 18:6-14, where Jesus said child rape was unforgivable

The story of Noah

If you know the story of Noah, God killed every man, woman and child other than Noah’s family, so God isn’t all about mercy.  This included killing:

  • every passive person who didn’t commit evil but didn’t stop it
  • every young innocent child
  • every pregnant woman

 

The first commandment

 

In God’s own words, God is brutal in the first commandment, threatening your children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren if you “hate Him”.  In Exodus 20:5-6, God says, “For I, Yahweh your God, am a jealous God and I punish a parent’s fault in the children, the grandchildren, and the great-grandchildren among those who hate me”.

Pretty vicious, and blaming even great-grandchildren for the sins of their great-grandparents.

Matt 18:6-14, where Jesus said child rape was unforgivable

There weren’t many cases where Jesus was vicious, but He was certainly vicious when it came to someone hurting children who believed in Jesus.  Of course, the Catholic church has a worldwide policy of hiding and protecting 100% of pedophile priests, in brutal defiance of Jesus in Matt 18:6-14.

In the latter part of that passage, Jesus tells the parable of the sheep that leaves the flock, which would obviously pertain tot he child rape victims.  The Catholic church and its congregation never ever looked for the victims.

Catholics love easy “forgiveness and mercy”

Catholics love the “forgiveness and mercy” part of Christianity, which is also the part that the devil loves, because he definitely forgives everything.

Thankfully, the pope tells you that you get mercy instead of telling you to do the proper, Christian thing.

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