Really? So what you're saying is that every single person or a different (or no) faith, regardless of age or physical fitness, is a threat to the followers of the one true god, and that threat can only be handled by killing all of them, even though Jehovah has unlimited power and can deal with them with far better and more humane ways?
No that's not what I'm saying. I'm saying he has killed to protect his people, but not in all circumstances.
So, an omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent God, whose intellectual design originates the breath of the universe and life itself, needs to resort to killing in order to protect his people in some circumstances? His intellectual differentiation and capabilities become so narrowed that protection requires him to kill? How can he then be regarded to be better than a human sinner who in some circumstances could decide to do the same to protect someone? Especially when humans are not such an intelligent designer with omni potency like the 'Almighty God'..
The fact that his solution to a such a paramount problem is so human
, shows that God itself seems limited in his craftiness to solve and protect his interests in a more elegant and perhaps loving/divine way, as that is how most Christians consider their God to be; loving and merciful.
Yet, he chooses to take the sinners approach and solves his maintenance problem through killing using his free will. Yet when humans do it; it's sin.. Sounds quite hypocritical.. Especially if humans are made in his image..