Red (as the question is posed: Biblegod is real, rejecting him means eternal torment). Now I doubt that Biblegod, if real, has actually presented that ultimatum. That 'either/or' seems to be largely the construction of a church intent on scaring the crap out of apostates. But given the question: Red
@Death over Life: I think there's a difference between collaborating with the Nazis and worshiping a god proven to be real. The difference lies in the choice between death/collaboration vs eternal inescapable torment/worship. I would push red on this issue only because it is implied that the all-powerful all-knowing god has passed sentence and one SHALL burn forever and ever.
One does not need to bow to tyrants, since flight or even death is an alternative. I would not have ever collaborated with the Nazis, that is, done their bidding and caused others to suffer, BECAUSE I would always have the option of suicide to avoid doing so. I'd rather take my life than be responsible for sending innocent people to the death camps. However, biblegod and eternal punishment offers NO alternative. If you tried to run you could never get away. You can't hide, and most of all, death is no escape.
It is the everlasting torture aspect of this question that would have me pressing the red button.