Is god to be considered evil or at least supportive of evil?
Personally I consider god, as the greatest most fundamental progenitor of all realities, and as such, though through small scopes, we can determine the proportions of that which has been created and continues to generate in reality.
It's almost nothing but pain and suffering as far as the eye and mind can see.
Should god be destroyed at all costs? If not, why?
This reminds me of that cave allegory.
You think it is all pain and suffering but all you see are shadows flickering on the wall of a cave.
There are many unknowns to consider. Indeed the potential for choosing peace and love was always there for the human being. For is the human not defined by its ability to choose?
No, our suffering is a result of us being bestowed free will. It's our own fault, not god's. God gave us free will so we could choose to worship him or not. That's how he separates the believers and disbelievers and how he decides whether we go to heaven or hell.
The evil that you see is the cause of humans.
You think he feels guilty even a little bit about how he treated his angels?
You ever think that he wished for things the way it was like in the garden of eden in its hayday.
Or when him and the devil was still buddies.
But even he feels a need for convential dichotomies or something?
If you dehumanise god and simply him an "infinite creation engine" then dichotomies are absolutely necessary in order to generate greater varieties of circumstances.
>more energy and less energy (gravity)
>Opposite electrical charges (electromagnetism)
And then from there the potentials for what could be created next are infinite. So the quite niche dichotomy of good and evil must necessarily arise at some point in the creation. As well as any other kind of dichotomy you can think of.
Evil is a tool used by God for his purpose/plan. He isn't evil nor does evil. His glory comes before man's well-being. A fallen world corrupted by sin is nothing but suffering and pain. Only in Heaven where sin is non-existent will there be no pain and suffering. He shouldn't be destroyed because everything has been tainted by sin, our reasoning included so we wrongly curse God and forsake him. Finding salvation in Jesus Christ fixes this misunderstanding clearing your mind.
For about a week or so now I've noticed these philosophy posts.
>This post about the Problem of Evil for the Existence of God but as understood by a teenage edgelord
>All these earlier posts about free will being an illusion
>The freshman level philosophy curriculum at a lot of colleges includes the existence of Free Will and the Problem of Evil for the Existence of God
It's like I'm riding shotgun to baby's first philosophy class.
Says the guy shitposting on /r9k/...
Look there's a certain level of maturity you reach eventually where you understand people who act like you. From that perspective the hostility you represent is akin to a child's experiment.
I hope you realise this too some day.