Or useful references for when he contradicts himself.I have already explained that I am not God. But, I will obey him.
Just because I believe in God and I explain the things God does, this does not mean I would do everything the way God does it if God gave me power to be God.
Shep agrees that his demon is not the same as the Yahweh of the bible. Note the distinction between I and God in this sentence.
Isn't this supposed to be Satan's idea?
Obviously Shep does not believe in the same morality as Yahweh.
Why do I have to be the exact same way as God?
I would have thought that would have been blindingly obvious - or at least it would be if your demon had not blinded you.
If you truly followed your god, truly believed that he was good and right and just, then if he gave you his powers there should be no change in the way things worked. But you said that wasn't the case - you said "this does not mean I would do everything the way God does it".
Or, to put it another way, you think that there are some things that god is getting wrong, and you would act differently.
If you would do things differently, then clearly you do NOT
think that your god has the best plan, the best idea. If you did, then like I said - you wouldn't change a thing.
Foxy would say that it is the demon inside you that is making you think you are better than god. That the demon has blinded you so that you cannot see that - do not even want
to see that. So you'll probably ignore the question entirely, dismiss it (as you have been doing), or come up with some contrived, demon-sourced "explanation" why "I would do things differently to X" does not contradict the assertion that "X is always correct".