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God Plans to Kill Billions of People — Every Buddhist, Muslim, Catholic, Hindu, and Atheist

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According to Richard Schmidt, the founder of Prophecy Focus Ministries, with the worldwide flood recorded in Genesis 6-9, God killed every living thing on planet earth save Noah, his family, the animals on the ark, and the little bitty fishes in the sea:

The voice of God reached the ears of Noah declaring the most severe judgment ever proclaimed since God created the universe in a literal six-day period (cf. Gen. 1:31). God instructed Noah by providing, in exact detail, the specifications of a massive ark that would provide the only escape from guaranteed judgment. Think about it—out of millions of people, only eight survived the catastrophic judgment of the universal flood. Why were these few people the only ones that God saved?

What did the inhabitants of the earth (and their puppies and kitties) do to warrant God opening up a can of whoop-ass and killing millions of people? Schmidt says:

The Creator and ultimate judge of the world, made the judicial determination that the ungodly actions of the world’s population in the days of Noah forced Him to condemn the people to death.

Schmidt warns that God’s genocidal cleansing of the earth is a precursor of what God plans to do at some point in the future:

Does God have a plan that will mimic the horrific judgment of the universal flood, resulting in a massive number of people losing their lives and, worse yet, an eternity separated from God Himself? The Bible provides the answer. The facts are startling and require every person to consider very seriously their relationship with the Creator of the universe.


What is the lesson of Noah, the ark and the flood for those living in the present dispensation? First, God warns all people of judgment for those who refuse to hear and accept His plan for salvation. Second, God’s justice demands a reverence, or godly fear, that results in listening to and heeding God’s Word. Third, all people stand condemned to eternal punishment for refusing to accept the Lord Jesus Christ as the complete and only payment for their sin. Finally, all who come to the Lord Jesus by faith and accept God’s gift of salvation will live for eternity in the presence of God. Those who rejected God in Noah’s day suffered condemnation, and those who reject the gospel, or good news, of the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ likewise stand condemned. Lesson learned or rejected? What will you do with Jesus today

The second time around, all the Christians will be raptured from the earth before God literally fulfills the horrors recorded in the book of Revelation. While Christians are busy in Heaven schmoozing with Jesus and the Apostles, untold violence, carnage, bloodshed, and death will be poured out by God upon earth’s inhabitants. Billions and billions of unborn babies, children, teenagers, and adults will be tortured and slaughtered by means best suited for an episode of Criminal Minds or a remake of Texas Chainsaw Massacre — Tribulation Edition.

Most of our planet’s inhabitants aren’t followers of Jesus, and I suspect that for those who say they are, Schmidt likely believes that many of them are not True Christians®. After all, only eight people out of millions were given a bunk in Noah’s floating zoo. Humans are just as sinful as, if not more than, they were in Noah’s day (though, to be fair, I haven’t heard any reports of demonic angels having sex with human women, producing hybrid offspring).  Matthew 24:37-39 states:

But as the days of Noah were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be. For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark, And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.

In other words, people were so busy sinning and living that they had no time for God. What did God expect? His only spokesman was a crazy old man who was saying it was going to rain and people needed to get on the big boat he was building in the middle of the desert.

In Noah’s day, according to Genesis 6:5-7:

And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually. And it repented the Lord that he had made man on the earth, and it grieved him at his heart. And the Lord said, I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth; both man, and beast, and the creeping thing, and the fowls of the air; for it repenteth me that I have made them.

God became so angry over the “wickedness of man” that he decided to do a master reset, destroying every human being except Noah, his wife, sons, and daughters-in-law. What happened to Noah’s grandchildren and great-grandchildren? Wasn’t there room for them and their toys on the Ark? What about Noah’s daughters? Were they the ones screwing around with demonic angels? So many questions.

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According to many Evangelicals, we are living in the last days. We should expect Jesus to return to planet earth at any moment to rapture away the people with advanced reservations, leaving behind billions of Buddhists, Muslims, Catholics, Hindus, atheists, agnostics, and pagans, along with every other non-Christian. Then God will unwrap his Dexter-like tools of torture and homicide, slaughtering everyone who doesn’t remember the date, time, and place where Jesus saved them. Billions of people will die for no other reason than having the wrong religion or having been born in the wrong country. Worse yet, when God is done killing everyone, he is going to resurrect them back to life, judge them, and toss their sorry asses in the Lake of Fire. God is so bent on making non-Christians pay for all the shit that went down over the past four or so thousand years that he plans to give the people in the Lake of Fire new bodies that will withstand being roasted for eternity. Ain’t God awesome?

Tell me, dear Christians, why would anyone ever want to worship such an immoral monster? Out of fear? Is that the best the Schmidts of the world have to offer — fear God, get saved, or he is going to roast you (or drown you)? No thanks. Even if such a God exists — and he doesn’t — who would want to worship him? Is such a deity worthy of my love and devotion?

Perhaps Evangelicals love their Jonathan Edwards’ version of God. Being part of the elect — God’s special, chosen people — means God picked them over billions of other people. God made sure they were born in the right country to Christian parents who would make sure that their children didn’t have sex with demon angels, never masturbated, and sincerely asked Jesus in their hearts at age twelve. (Please read Why Most Americans are Christian) Again, ain’t God awesome?

It is hard not to conclude that the Evangelical God created most humans just so he could kill them for sport. If the Calvinists are right, that God is sovereign, and nothing happens apart from his perfect plan, pray tell, how does God twice slaughtering the human race resemble anything close to a “plan”?


Bruce Gerencser, 65, lives in rural Northwest Ohio with his wife of 44 years. He and his wife have six grown children and thirteen grandchildren. Bruce pastored Evangelical churches for twenty-five years in Ohio, Texas, and Michigan. Bruce left the ministry in 2005, and in 2008 he left Christianity. Bruce is now a humanist and an atheist.

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    My questions were always, “Why did he create people with a choice? Why not just create people who worshipped him so he could go on about his existence without being an asshole”.
    The things I thought of as a child….

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    I have to admit you do have a point here Bruce. As you know, I identify as Christian but I shall admit I don’t like the thought of all those people I know going to Hell simply because they are not Christians.

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        One day every person ever conceived will face Jesus Christ.

        Those who have trusted in him for salvation and forgiveness of sin will live forever with him in glory.

        Those who died too young to have made decision for or against him will live eternally with him

        Those who were murdered pre born will live eternally with him.

        Those who chose to reject him and pay for their own sins will be lost forever in the lake of fire separated from him.

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          Bruce Gerencser


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          Your threat against us has been noted, Jason. Yes, your threat, you sanctimonious piece of shit. Don’t pretend that you’re just passing along a message from your imaginary fiend – you are committing a deliberate act of psychological abuse.

          If the last words you speak as a believer are “Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani?” it would please me very, very much.

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            You have a mouth on you don’t you Agag? Love to see if the courage is the same in person.

            And BTW. It’s NOT a threat it’s Truth. And it’s a PROMISE and a WARNING.

            Have a blessed day.

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            Bruce Gerencser

            🤮🤮Tough guy, eh? 🤮🤮

            Since we now know that Jason is “Revival Fires, “ he is banned too.

            No, it’s a threat, one that a junior high boy makes from the privacy and safety of his mommy’s basement. You are such a coward that you hide your name and location. What’s up with that? Are you afraid to be held accountable for your vile, hateful behavior?

            Here’s a promise I will make to you: any further comments made by you or your multiple personalities — get help Jason — will be summarily deleted.

            Go start your own blog and rage 😡 away. Or get a life. Or, better yet, get laid. It’s evident, at least to me, that you are a sexually frustrated man with deep-seated homosexual 🍆🍆 desires. Your bankrupt religion forbids such behavior, so you rage 😡 against anyone who enjoys what you can’t.

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          Actually, an age of accountability is not supported by scripture. At best it is inferred from some unclear passages such as David going to be with the son God killed because of David’s rape of Bathsheba or Jesus’ rebuke of the disciples for preventing children from coming to him. No where in scripture does God unambiguous offer an exemption from the sin of Adam to children, the unborn, or the mentally handicapped.

          Modern Christians prefer to believe that God would not be so heartless to condemn unborn, children and handicapped to hell but nowhere is that stated in the Bible. What is stated is that “all have sinned”, “there is none with excuse”, “I was brought forth in iniquity, and in sin did my mother conceive me” and dozens of similar verses. Follow it up with “the wages of sin are death”. Unless God gave you some special revelation, you have to assume children are going to hell with everyone else or admit that you are creating God in an image that is pleasing to you (which is also a sin).

          Some of those kids might be lucky if the Calvinists are right. At least they had a chance to be chosen by God from eternity past. I guess you can pin your hopes on that.

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          Jason, by your description, it makes sense for ALL pregnancies to end in miscarriage or abortion so as to send EVERYONE to heaven. Sending those with “wrong belief” is just demented. There are millions of people in the world who have never had and never will have access to “the right belief”. Think about it. Let’s say for illustration that you are wrong, and Beebooglio is the One True God, and that not showing proper allegiance to Her Magic Lotus means you will spend eternity being painfully and slowly eaten by The Great Fanged Caterpillar. You say you have never heard of this before? Well tough luck, buddy, it’s apparent in nature that the great Beebooglio is the One True God so you are without excuse. Can you understand how horrific and demented this sounds? That’s exactly what your particular brand of religion sounds like to us. Now, I know your retort will be something along the lines of, that’s ridiculous, your story is just Madd up, my God is real, I have the Truth, yadda yadda yadda…..OK Buddy. 😉

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      So mark, if you don’t like it, you can abandon your set of lies and ignorance. You won’t of course. You want those magic prezzies you are promised.

      What I predict is that you will say you don’t agree but you have no choice since this god wants to torture people eternally and you are “just following orders”. That’s what any sycophant says to excuse their following a tyrant. We got to see it many times in Nuremberg 70 years ago.

      That Chrisians can’t agree on what a Christian is and that not one of you can do what your bible promises, it does show that your religion is quite the fraud.

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        Good point there. I wonder if Mark prays to his god and pleads to spare all these souls from hell. The Bible has numerous instances of people bargaining with god to spare other people from suffering. Mark, do you just shrug and say it’s a shame about these people but nothing I can do about it? In all my years of church going I never heard anyone pray that god would change his mind about hell. So if your sense of justice rightly tells you the notion of eternal torture is abhorrent at least pray to end it.

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            You say you pray for your fellow man but that’s ambiguous. When I was a Christian I also prayed for my fellow man but this meant asking God to bring so and so into a relationship with him thereby saving so and so from hell. That’s the coward’s way out. My question is do you tell your god that hell is an unjust punishment for anyone and should be abolished? It would take courage to confront the tyrant who sees eternal torture as just punishment for non belief. A being so cruel and capricious just might decide to fry your ass forever.

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            hmmm, so if Mark thinks that prayers work, then he has a problem since per the bible, anything he asks for will be granted, no excuses (Mark 16, John 14, John 15, James 5, among others). It seems that either Mark doesn’t pray for things like burn victims and amputees being healed, selfish as usual, or his prayers fail.

            Is he doing something wrong? Is his god imaginary?

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      My dog peed on the carpet. I told her not to, that peeing in the house was against the rules and a blatant disregard of my authority. As I am the scripturally designated head of my household, she is obligated to submit and obey me. Her defiance is clearly sinful. Bad Dog! I assume that is how it went down in Noah’s time as well.

      I don’t have a cat, but I understand that they are even more rebellious. It sounds to me like those animals had it coming to them.

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    “Then Jesus saith unto him
    I am the way the truth and the life no man cometh unto the Father but by me” John 14:6

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    Jaqen H'ghar

    Then a man saith unto Jason aka Revival Fires: “Phúc you, Jason and your Jesus! Winter is Coming. See you both soon!” GOT 19:20-22.

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    I wonder if this dickhead, Jason, realizes how easy it is to get an IP address? Since he’s into threatening people and all. How simple it would be to get an exact location and identity, especially for his terroristic threats. Everything is traceable on the internet, if you know what you are doing.

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      MJ Lisbeth-I think you may be right. Hiding behind the guise of following Jesus’ teachings while being a wretched human being.

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      Totally. It’s a way for these folks to feel superior to those they label as lesser, as lost, and to share their perceived superiority with smug evangelicalsplaining to gain brownie points with their depraved deity and to feel good about themselves as being redeemed and washed in the blood by a real live omnimax deity.

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    As a teen, I had a lot of trouble with this teaching. It seemed vastly unjust that people would be condemned to eternal torture just because they were born in a certain place or time. I remember that our school’s Bob Jones University had an “out” for ancient Jews who died before the resurrection – that they would be saved by believing in a savior to come. But sorry you Jews for post-Jesus, you join everyone else in hell…..

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