Richard Dawkins Use Of Unfair Punishment

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As compelling as it is to agree with the persuasive argument Richard Dawkins made about how God was a being who was a cruel, “capriciously malevolent bully…” (Dawkins 1), whom was very judgmental and remorseless in the Old Testaments. You firstly have to put in the matter that even though the punishments given by God may seem merciless, it may have just been a way God had given us to redeem ourselves from the terrible deed that we had committed. We have to remember we are all the children of God and that makes God our Father. Children when given a punishment, sometimes will accept it because they know that is what they deserved, but most of the time they will be guaranteed to be angry and perceive their punishment as unfair or unreasonable.

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