Wow, you finally got around to answering my questions! Too bad they're all such terrible answers.
@ Aaron First of all, a bad god won't have to detemination to create adam and eve because he would have killed Satan in the first place thus rendering useless the purpose of creating adam and eve.
There's nothing evil about not creating something.
You didn't answer the actual question. The question was:
What would "bad god" do in reaction to Adam and Eve eating from the tree of knowledge?
I did not ask about an act of creation, I asked about a reaction
to something. I still insist that you answer this one.
in a way, a bad god would be to lazy to get things right on behalf of those who got it wrong initially.
So wait, good god doesn't bother to fix his mistakes because his fragile ego couldn't take it, bad god is too lazy to fix his mistakes. So far, I like bad god better. Laziness isn't good, but there's something about the ego excuse that's just plain dickish.
a bad god won't ordered a man to test his faith because he doesn't give a fuck what man thinks!
Again; you fail to explain why this is bad. There is nothing inherently bad about not giving "a fuck" about what someone thinks. I do not give a fuck what 99% of everyone on this planet thinks about anything. Does that makes me a bad person? No, of course not, that's a silly idea.
Beside which, apathy comes across as A Good Thing in this case. There is nothing bad about not
ordering someone to kill his child, even if the reason is that you don't care about that person.
bad god won't kill baby because he likes adultery.
Once again, bad god comes off as the better person. He might have a strange hard-on for adultery, but at least he won't kill anyone over it.
and good God didn't kill baby he cut his life short,
Ah, is that what they call "killing" nowadays?
maybe baby is in heaven with him but the point is to get David learn his mistakes.
God can't get someone to learn something without
cutting short someone else's life. What a pathetic excuse of a god.
Actually, yes. You forgot to answer one question. "Good god" ordered the slaughter of everyone already living in the promised land to make room for his chosen ones. What would "bad god" have done instead?
So now you need to answer that question, and give a proper
answer to the Adam and Eve one.