What Does God Need With a Starship?

Captain Kirk asks a great question: Why does God need a starship?

And while we’re at it, why does God need or want to sung to by a bunch of “sinful” humans every Sunday? Why did he command people to sacrifice animals — and why did it please him? Why does he demand to be believed in, yet offer no evidence? Why would he torture people forever for not adopting a specific theology? Why would he have a son, and why would his “plan of redemption” have him executed painfully — and then not even work for anyone who doesn’t believe the event didn’t happen? Why does he have a “kingdom” in heaven surrounded by weird angels that worship him night and day, singing to him about how great he is?

He’s either the most vain, petty, and childish being in the universe, or just an imaginary being created by vain, petty, and childish humans.

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