There are too many flaws in the world. If there was an omniscient God, I don't think I would see these.
Genesis 6:6 - "The LORD regretted that he had made human beings on the earth, and his heart was deeply troubled."
How can omniscient (all knowing) have form of regret, assuming he would know the outcome before hand?
The whole story about Adam and Eve, if you know there is a sacred tree (tree of wisdom) of which you shouldn't eat from. Why did god not just block access to the tree with whatever means necessary. If you have power over all of the world, you can surely protect a single tree.
The whole story about Noah's Ark, what did all those animals eat for all those days, each other? lol
I believe in a higher state of being, not really a God as described. In all honesty, Christianity could have been made for self defense if you think about it. People who are told god exists, will believe it over time (flash back to when people that the world was flat) so now that a lot of people believe this. If you are about to kill someone and they say some christian shit, or say may God help this man in his years to come. It will play head games, you may start feeling regret or remorse, and thinking about your actions, and if you want to spend eternity in hell. This could in fact be a psychological sense of self defense.
Christianity, could have also been something made up to hep keep the population in check, so that we could progress in life. Having standards is essential, and having a story of why you should follow these standards must have been prevalent in the old days. Just telling everyone, you need to live like this, without any explanation as of why, would have made you out to look like you want to rule over people, and you probably would have been executed for it.
Just some thoughts, real fast, as I don't have much time around this place anymore.
Spreading knowledge just once a day, can help keep the script kiddies away.
Don't ever mistake
my silence for ignorance,
my calmness for acceptance,
or my kindness for weakness.