a really good example of why no one should believe in fables .

An all-powerful perfect being creates the world, but he screws it up so bad, he wipes it out with a flood and starts over.

Somehow, flooding it and starting over didn't work, so the all-powerful perfect being gets himself born as a human, gets himself killed, and that's supposed to fix things.

But this all-powerful perfect screwup still didn't fix things, so he promises to come back and blow everything up all over again as "foretold" in the book of Revelation.

Will he ever get it right? Will God finally perfect his creation, or will he keep getting pissed off and destroying everything? Will there be a sequel to the Bible? Will it be made into a film?

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