By the way, you dodged the issue. Why don't address the points I brought up instead of accusing me of being angry. Typical evasion.
Wow, way to make stuff up. I don't like your moral standards, the ones where you think torturing people for eternity is acceptable. Let's be clear- there is no hell. Hell is imaginary. I am not upset that people die. I'm upset because people like you believe in hell and threaten vulnerable people with it. I cannot understand how a person can possibly approve of torture and then accuse me of living in a self righteous bubble. Listen to yourself for a change.
Don't be sorry. There is no reason for flawed human beings to be tasked with the job of convincing people of the existence of God or Jesus. Christian behavior has certainly hastened my departure from Christianity but the theology is so flawed and the evidence so weak that I find it impossible to take it seriously. It doesn't help that people like Ray and Ken Ham lie about the age of the earth and evolution. If they lie about that, why trust them on any other subject?
No, it does not make sense! The Hebrew people didn't need the Creator of the Universe to tell them what to wear in the hot sun. They could have used some advice about germs and how to prevent disease but God didn't see fit to mention that.
Your answer is totally off base.
Many people agree that "everyone is born an atheist' is a silly argument. I don't use it myself.
As long as your God tortures people in Hell you have no right to compare Christianity's version of justice to human policemen.
The logic of a Christian is that human beings deserve to be tortured for eternity. They pretend that lying and lusting are crimes that need to be brutally punished. They pretend that what matters is how much the omnipotent creator of the universe is offended, not how much other humans are harmed. God is outraged when two men kiss but unmoved when refugees are turned away to die. Those are God's priorities apparently. It's not your fault or God's fault that all the people who never heard the gospel are condemned to hell. Their sins, right? You are pathetic.
Being a good Christian means pretending that what ultimately happens to other people is none of their business as long as they are saved.
Uh, well, that doesn't address the issue. I'm sure your God is very very big but where does it say in the bible that God will save those that have never heard of the gospel? And if God does save those people, why preach to them? Seems like they are better off never hearing the gospel.