• religion Theist love to argue that their god does not perform miracles on-demand, does not try to make an impression on the public,
    their god wants us to believe without evidence, praises this kind of devotion above all as the highest virtue of mind.
    They oftentimes refer to the J.Christ who explicitly refused to perform miracles when it was required to decide about his divinity.
    Theists consider these requests of proof a temptation, hence the refusal to support your claims a virtue.

    Fine!

    I have a better god for you!
    One that meticulously follows the principle stated above, one that dwarfs Yahweh in regard to the miracles and faith demand — My god did not perform a single miracle ever!!!
    Yet he demands faith. And in his case this is (at last) real faith — not even slightly spoiled with a shed of evidence — my god did not write a holy book, he did not reveal himself at all. My god is so careful about YOUR OWN CHOICE TO BELIEVE that he does not reveal himself to you even privately, nor does he reveal himself to anyone else regardless of sanctity of that person. He is silently waiting for you to accept him, he does not want to push you however slightly.

    In the face of my god your god is a cheap show off, a god's parody, an impostor, who (due to the lack of divinity) indulge himself in all sorts of miracles, numerous INTERVENTIONS, and direct orders. Your god is an attention whore in comparison to my god. He is tempting you to believe his magic tricks, he is a distraction on your way to the true god, the one who does not condescend to revelations and scripture inspiring.
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