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28th Jan '16 8:18:58 PM PaulA
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* Lester Del Rey's short story ''For I am a Jealous People'' has [[ScaryDogmaticAliens God's Chosen Aliens]] doing unto Earth what God's Chosen People used to do to other humans.
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* Lester Del Rey's Creator/LesterDelRey's short story ''For "For I am Am a Jealous People'' People" has [[ScaryDogmaticAliens God's Chosen Aliens]] doing unto Earth what God's Chosen People used to do to other humans.
21st Jan '16 1:47:47 PM Morgenthaler
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* SageFrancis has a song called "Sun vs Moon", where he sings "God's not a woman/He's a big white guy in the sky/In the desert, saw reflections of his eyes/He doesn't cry for us/But when he does, it's cause he's drunk"
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* SageFrancis Music/SageFrancis has a song called "Sun vs Moon", where he sings "God's not a woman/He's a big white guy in the sky/In the desert, saw reflections of his eyes/He doesn't cry for us/But when he does, it's cause he's drunk"

* {{IAMX}}'s I Salute You Christopher - which is dedicated to Creator/ChristopherHitchens - "Control yourselves,/ 'cause the man in the sky is a tyrant and a lonely psychopath/ Dreamed up to steal your minds."
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* {{IAMX}}'s Music/{{IAMX}}'s I Salute You Christopher - which is dedicated to Creator/ChristopherHitchens - "Control yourselves,/ 'cause the man in the sky is a tyrant and a lonely psychopath/ Dreamed up to steal your minds."
15th Jan '16 9:22:16 PM nombretomado
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** ''TheStand'' also has some elements of this near the end, [[spoiler: with many protagonists' deaths being likened to sacrifices to God [[DeusExMachina so He'll personally interfere]] with [[BigBad Randall Flagg's]] plans (in a way that kills virtually all his "followers", including children whose only fault was being with adults who went to Flagg's side).]] One character gets so fed up with this that she ''[[ClusterFBomb cusses]] out God'' when she hears that [[spoiler:her LoveInterest has a divine mandate to go on what is likely a suicide mission to stop Flagg]].
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** ''TheStand'' ''Literature/TheStand'' also has some elements of this near the end, [[spoiler: with many protagonists' deaths being likened to sacrifices to God [[DeusExMachina so He'll personally interfere]] with [[BigBad Randall Flagg's]] plans (in a way that kills virtually all his "followers", including children whose only fault was being with adults who went to Flagg's side).]] One character gets so fed up with this that she ''[[ClusterFBomb cusses]] out God'' when she hears that [[spoiler:her LoveInterest has a divine mandate to go on what is likely a suicide mission to stop Flagg]].
14th Jan '16 9:11:47 AM JTRager
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* A frequent theme in progressive sludge metal group [[{{Music/TheOcean}} The Ocean]]'s lyrics. They even dedicated two albums to tearing down Christianity. Just look at some of their lyrics: ->"A world with God would be even more disturbing than a universe without him ->For if He tolerates atrocities ->If he condones such cruelty ->Who would want to worship such a maker anyway?" ->'''Roots & Locusts'''
9th Jan '16 6:42:29 AM 082122712641
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* ''VideoGame/TheLastResurrection'' features Jesus as its BigBad and God as its BiggerBad.
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* ''VideoGame/TheLastResurrection'' features Jesus as its the BigBad and God as its BiggerBad.GreaterScopeVillain.

* ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' has Jubileus, the Goddess who controls the realm of Paradiso and its Angels, and who drives the plot of the first game in that [[spoiler: she is the story's BiggerBad, with the BigBad's goal being to recover the two reality-shaping "Eyes of the World" to awaken her with the power to destroy and recreate the mortal world in her own image as a "perfect world". The second game makes her worse, by revealing what she was doing was basically a power-grab; there are at least ''three'' Creator-Gods in the Bayonetta universe, one each for Paradiso, Inferno and Earth. Jubileus was basically hoping to steal the power of Aesir and use that to destroy every world that isn't Paradiso before recreating them as part of Paradiso, making her the only Creator-God to still exist.]]
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* ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' has Jubileus, the Goddess who controls the realm of Paradiso and its Angels, and who drives the plot of the first game in that [[spoiler: she is the story's BiggerBad, GreaterScopeVillain, with the BigBad's goal being to recover the two reality-shaping "Eyes of the World" to awaken her with the power to destroy and recreate the mortal world in her own image as a "perfect world". The second game makes her worse, by revealing what she was doing was basically a power-grab; there are at least ''three'' Creator-Gods in the Bayonetta universe, one each for Paradiso, Inferno and Earth. Jubileus was basically hoping to steal the power of Aesir and use that to destroy every world that isn't Paradiso before recreating them as part of Paradiso, making her the only Creator-God to still exist.]]
8th Jan '16 10:55:25 AM Willbyr
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* Many of the various gods in {{Kurohime}} and one of its central themes. When we finally meet the creator of man (not the BigBad by the way, just some goddess lazing around), she abandons her creations outright to kill the titular heroine. She fails of course, which brings up [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu ANOTHER]] of the manga's central themes.
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* Many of the various gods in {{Kurohime}} ''Manga/{{Kurohime}}'' and one of its central themes. When we finally meet the creator of man (not the BigBad by the way, just some goddess lazing around), she abandons her creations outright to kill the titular heroine. She fails of course, which brings up [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu ANOTHER]] of the manga's central themes.
7th Jan '16 8:22:58 PM nombretomado
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* There was an arc of ''TheSpectre'' that featured God apparently going [[MadGod completely insane]] and ''cannibalizing'' the ArchangelMichael in a scene right out of a Goya painting. However, it's eventually revealed that a). GodIsGood, b). Michael was in on it, and c). the entire thing was a SecretTestOfCharacter for the Spectre.
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* There was an arc of ''TheSpectre'' ''ComicBook/TheSpectre'' that featured God apparently going [[MadGod completely insane]] and ''cannibalizing'' the ArchangelMichael in a scene right out of a Goya painting. However, it's eventually revealed that a). GodIsGood, b). Michael was in on it, and c). the entire thing was a SecretTestOfCharacter for the Spectre.
6th Jan '16 1:46:10 PM Willbyr
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* The motivating idea behind all of the [[MonsterClown Millennium Earl's]] actions in ''DGrayMan''. Considering that said God seemingly allows the existence of someone as monstrously malevolent as the Earl, he may have a point.
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* The motivating idea behind all of the [[MonsterClown Millennium Earl's]] actions in ''DGrayMan''.''Manga/DGrayMan''. Considering that said God seemingly allows the existence of someone as monstrously malevolent as the Earl, he may have a point.
1st Jan '16 7:39:01 PM jormis29
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* Zeus from ''VideoGame/GodOfWar 2'' is particularly paranoid and vengeful, attacking Kratos for the possibility that Kratos ''might'' kill and usurp him ''in the future''. To be fair, though, Zeus was pretty much the same way in classic Greek myth, and [[VillainProtagonist Kratos]] ''would'' probably do it. In ''III'', it's revealed that [[spoiler:Kratos corrupted Zeus when he opened Pandora's Box in the first game to defeat Ares.]] To be frank, [[spoiler: the Gods did EVERYTHING necessary to deserve Kratos' wrath. They assumed his brother would destroy them, so they kidnapped him and made him Thanatos' prisoner. Ares then manipulates and fools him into killing his own family. After 10 years of service, Kratos kills Ares both for his revenge and their last mission, and they refuse to relieve him from his nightmares. He tries to commit suicide, but rather they turn him into the God of War. Then Kratos finds out about all Deimos, they have his mother cursed into a monster, forcing him to kill her, then finally kill his brother. Really, they EARNED their [[LaserGuidedKarma karmic punishment]]!]]
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* Zeus from ''VideoGame/GodOfWar 2'' ''VideoGame/GodOfWarII'' is particularly paranoid and vengeful, attacking Kratos for the possibility that Kratos ''might'' kill and usurp him ''in the future''. To be fair, though, Zeus was pretty much the same way in classic Greek myth, and [[VillainProtagonist Kratos]] ''would'' probably do it. In ''III'', ''[[VideoGame/GodOfWarIII III]]'', it's revealed that [[spoiler:Kratos corrupted Zeus when he opened Pandora's Box PandorasBox in the first game to defeat Ares.]] To be frank, [[spoiler: the Gods did EVERYTHING necessary to deserve Kratos' wrath. They assumed his brother would destroy them, so they kidnapped him and made him Thanatos' prisoner. Ares then manipulates and fools him into killing his own family. After 10 years of service, Kratos kills Ares both for his revenge and their last mission, and they refuse to relieve him from his nightmares. He tries to commit suicide, but rather they turn him into the [[WarGod God of War.War]]. Then Kratos finds out about all Deimos, they have his mother cursed into a monster, forcing him to kill her, then finally kill his brother. Really, they EARNED their [[LaserGuidedKarma karmic punishment]]!]]
31st Dec '15 5:30:21 PM Anddrix
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* SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}} of ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor'' is often called and self-titled the "god of evil." Other gods or godlike beings from the MarvelUniverse are very much about evil including [[OmnicidalManiac Seth]] and the elder god Chthon. However, the actual highest being of the MarvelUniverse is almost certainly benevolent, though it's [[TheUnseen debatable if he's ever actually been seen]]. His higher subordinates (whom all three of the above characters would be like dust mites to) have been known to drift into {{Jerkass}} LawfulNeutral on occasion, though.
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* SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}} Loki of ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor'' is often called and self-titled the "god of evil." Other gods or godlike beings from the MarvelUniverse are very much about evil including [[OmnicidalManiac Seth]] and the elder god Chthon. However, the actual highest being of the MarvelUniverse is almost certainly benevolent, though it's [[TheUnseen debatable if he's ever actually been seen]]. His higher subordinates (whom all three of the above characters would be like dust mites to) have been known to drift into {{Jerkass}} LawfulNeutral on occasion, though.
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