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15th Oct '17 11:41:38 AM Prometheus117
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* ''{{Inverted}}'' in ''WebVideo/HellsingUltimateAbridged'', where it shows that God and Satan are actually pretty nice guys. God's got a bit of a pragmatic streak to himself, but Satan shows he's pretty chill with his supposed arch-enemy and the feeling's mutual.
31st Aug '17 5:22:58 AM PistolsAtDawn
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* ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfGod'': JesusWasWayCool, but God mostly just made the world for laughs and is an alcoholic. Satan is awful too.
5th Aug '17 5:05:49 AM moloch
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* This is true of ''Comicbook/{{Hellblazer}}'' in general - John Constantine is a spiritual anarchist who finds both sides repulsive and stands for common humanity against any sort of supernatural interference or exploitation.
22nd Jul '17 7:12:43 PM MagBas
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* ''Literature/LeftBehind'': Many readers who do not share the authors' ''exact'' religious views have levied this criticism. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment Let's not carry the subject further, thanks muchly]].
14th Jun '17 7:31:25 PM MagBas
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* This is strongly invoked in John Calvin's ''Institutio Christianae Religionis''. Whils there is no question that Calvin presents Satan as a CompleteMonster, his concepts of [[HumansAreBastards original sin]], [[YouCannotFightFate double predestination]] and [[YouCannotChangeTheFuture reprobation]] implies God is essentially an emotionally impaired sadist who created men as his toys, and who sentences people to Hell for being merely born.
14th Jun '17 1:00:16 PM morane
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* This is strongly invoked in John Calvin's ''Institutio Christianae Religionis''. Whils there is no question that Calvin presents Satan as a CompleteMonster, his concepts of [[HumansAreBastards original sin]], [[YouCannotFightFate double predestination]] and [[YouCannotChangeTheFuture reprobation]] implies God is essentially an emotionally impaired sadist who created men as his toys, and who sentences people to Hell for being merely born.
22nd May '17 12:33:46 PM Necrodomo
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* This is the opinion of the wholeTranscended side in ''[[NexusWar Nexus Clash]]''. The most prominent gods on both the angelic and demonic sides would be more than willing to sacrifice humanity and free will to get an advantage in their endless war with each other. The Transcended reject their entire rhetoric of good and evil to forge their own path and try to win the war for free will itself, but often risk becoming StupidNeutral as a result.
3rd May '17 1:38:35 PM LordGro
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* In the Creator/BrothersGrimm's fairy tale "Literature/GodfatherDeath" the protagonist's father believes this. He does not want God for a Godfather for his son, because, he gives to rich and lets the poor starve,[[note]]the Grimms were quick to insert a comment about, "how wisely God apportions riches and poverty." However it was not in the original fairy tale and seems oddly out of place, so it may have been edited in to appease offended parties[[/note]] nor the devil, because he is a deceiver. He then chooses Death, because he "takes the rich as well as the poor, without distinction".
** Death was an ''excellent'' godfather, and made the boy's fortune as a doctor. But eventually the godson broke the rules, and therefore Death did not extend his life past its appointed time, as he might possibly have done if less annoyed. Even when the boy broke the rules, all that Death did was let the boy die when he should. Which would have happened if Death wasn't his Godfather anyway.

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* In the Creator/BrothersGrimm's fairy tale "Literature/GodfatherDeath" "Literature/GodfatherDeath", a poor man desperately looks for a godfather for his newborn son. Both God and the protagonist's father believes this. He does not want Devil offer themselves, but the poor man rejects God for a Godfather for his son, because, he gives giving to the rich and lets neglecting the poor starve,[[note]]the Grimms were quick to insert a comment about, "how wisely God apportions riches poor, and poverty." However it was not in the original fairy tale and seems oddly out of place, so it may have been edited in to appease offended parties[[/note]] nor the devil, because he is Devil for being a deceiver. scammer. He then chooses accepts Death, because he "takes is the rich as well as only one of the poor, without distinction".
** Death was an ''excellent'' godfather, and made the boy's fortune as a doctor. But eventually the godson broke the rules, and therefore Death did not extend his life past its appointed time, as he might possibly have done if less annoyed. Even when the boy broke the rules, all that Death did was let the boy die when he should. Which would have happened if Death wasn't his Godfather anyway.
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1st May '17 9:32:34 PM ElSquibbonator
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* ''WesternAnimation/SauasageParty'' has this as its theme. The "gods"--that is, the shoppers at the supermarket-- just want to eat the food characters, whereas the "Dark Lord"--the supermarket custodian-- throws the food away once it's passed its expiration date. Both are highly undesirable fates for the food, although [[spoiler: most of them don't know the "gods" eat them until the protagonist finds out firsthand.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/SauasageParty'' ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'' has this as its theme. The "gods"--that is, the shoppers at the supermarket-- just want to eat the food characters, whereas the "Dark Lord"--the supermarket custodian-- throws the food away once it's passed its expiration date. Both are highly undesirable fates for the food, although [[spoiler: most of them don't know the "gods" eat them until the protagonist finds out firsthand.]]
1st May '17 9:31:01 PM ElSquibbonator
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* ''WesternAnimation/SauasageParty'' has this as its theme. The "gods"--that is, the shoppers at the supermarket-- just want to eat the food characters, whereas the "Dark Lord"--the supermarket custodian-- throws the food away once it's passed its expiration date. Both are highly undesirable fates for the food, although [[spoiler: most of them don't know the "gods" eat them until the protagonist finds out firsthand.]]



* In the ''Literature/HisDarkMaterials'' trilogy, God was the first being created out of nothing and [[spoiler:lied to all the angels that came after. He became senile and powerless over the eons, and was eventually killed by two children when they tried to release him from the prison in which Metatron was keeping him]].

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* In the ''Literature/HisDarkMaterials'' trilogy, God was the first being created out of nothing and [[spoiler:lied to all the angels that came after.after saying that he created them. He became senile and powerless over the eons, and was eventually killed by two children when they tried to release him from the prison in which Metatron was keeping him]].
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