Pre-Script: I'm looking forward for a logical discussion, not a zealot explosion. Although if the latter happens, that'll take out some questions in my mind. To be on the same page, let's ASSUME God exists and God created people, regardless of your religion or the lack of. If you look at Genesis1:27, it says "So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him" Take one: Okay, so it looks like God created me, but I'm an atheist. Why the hell did he create me as an atheist? I mean, who intentionally train their pets to disobey their masters? Who intentionally create machines that will reject human control and revolt against the creators? If he didn't make me an atheist, I wouldn't question his existence. But God himself created people that way and the world is suffering religious conflicts. Take two: Picking on the short phrase "in his own image, in the image of God". Well, he created imperfect people. He created Nazis, terrorists, Bush, trolls, software pirates and such. Wait, since God created man in his own image, does that make God a Bush family Nazi terrorist who pirates games and trolls on message boards? Pick up the atheist theme from take one, God doesn't believe in the existence of himself so I don't believe in him? Dang I feel like I just took the red pill.