„If the skeptic still wants to complain that God killed women and children in the Old Testament, he should realize that He did more than that. He proclaimed the death sentence on the entire human race - every man, woman, and child. We will all die because we have sinned against God.“

—  Ray Comfort, You Can Lead an Atheist to Evidence, But You Can't Make Him Think (2009)
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