That common criticism isn't quite accurate. All over the Torah, Bible and Qur'an is the over-arching message that God is perfectly fair and abides by only his own
objectively true standard of justice.
(Original post by Lord Hysteria)
What consequences? Being burnt in agony by an all-loving God because I refused to get on my knees and beg and pray, for something I never asked him?
That, in itself, is such a human quality that proves there is no God.
Therefore, you can't say an Abrahamic theist will accurately think you are going to hell for eternity as God's judgement cannot be made by a mortal human with our very limited access to knowledge. Hence why all Abrahamic faiths preach the message of avoiding moral judgement upon fellow humans.
Of course you can say that this is just another de post facto rationalisation of faith with no evidence to support it, and therefore dismiss a belief in God, but that relies upon hugely different reasoning.
Last edited by DJkG.1; 02-01-2010 at 17:11.