we walked away from god not the other way around he is just
Yes, we know what the special book claims. But its just words on paper; and those words require analysis in a similar way that you would analyze any other claim in any other book you ever came across, does it not? Can you present any real world evidence that God is real and that he is a just God? And what would the evidence (if you found it) look like that would convince you that God might not be a just God?
romans 9:20 says
19 So one of you will ask me, “If God controls what we do, why does he blame us for our sins?” 20 Don’t ask that. You are only human and have no right to question God. A clay jar does not question the one who made it. It does not say, “Why did you make me like this?” 21 The one who makes the jar can make anything he wants. He uses the same clay to make different things. He might make one thing for special purposes and another for daily use.
This has always bothered me. God supposedly gave me the ability to question things, and then tells me not to question things when it comes to the most important subjects? The reason a clay jar doesn't question the one who makes it is because a clay jar is not a sentient being with feelings, wants, desires and a basic right to life. We don't feel sorry for the clay jar for the same reason we don't feel sorry for rocks. They aren't alive. But if you made a clay jar that suddenly became sentient, it would have every right to ask why it was made in such a way, and not answering it would just make you look like an ass hole.
I'm just glad none of the god stuff is real. I'd hate to think the most powerful being, inside or outside of the universe, is just a dick.
God can not go against his own word so in that respect he is not omnipotent. he would be unjust if he did that
You can't call God omnipotent in some ways but not others. That would not make any sense. It would be like saying you scored 100% on a test but got 3 of the answers wrong. You can't get 3 wrong and score 100%. It's illogical. It's a square circle. A married bachelor. The very definition of the omnipotence means He can do anything... literally anything. The first time you say "He can do anything, 'except'..." then God falls out of the realm of omnipotence. He might be powerful, but not omnipotent.
BTW, a note to all Christians... The claim of a non-omnipotent god would be easier to defend in just about every single way than one that is considered omnipotent. You should all abandon the notion that God is capable of doing anything. It's a major loss for your side.