Answer by Jim Ashby:
If there's a God, he can do anything he wants. He doesn't need justifications. He has no superiors or peers. If he has a predilection for infanticide or genocide . . . who's to stop him? If there's a God, you're at his mercy.
The God Hypothesis is not good for you or anybody else. In other words, you're barking up the wrong tree.
The real question is: What is it that suggests to you there is a God?
The real answer is: There's nothing 'out there', external to you, which you can point to that suggest there is a God or anything else supernatural. If there's nothing out there that suggests a God exists, where else could the suggestion come from?
Your mind: God is an idea, planted by family, friends and society at large, when you were too young to question it. You internalized it before you understood it. They were infected with the God meme and, now, you are too. I know. I was similarly infected once.
God is imaginary. Totally in your head.