Comes up over and over again here, and a new question in R&B uses it again, too. Why is it impossible for some people to accept that people can practice a different religion than they do without being angry at their god? Are all these people (usually Christians) angry at Vishnu, Ra and Freya? Is that why they're not Hindu, Kemetic or Heathen? (yes, that's a bit rhetorical, we all know what kind of answer that will get)
Seriously, though, is this part of the rhetoric taught in Sunday School in how to convert people class - that everyone would be Christian if only they weren't angry at God, and if you tell them to stop being angry they'll convert? It's too common to be a coincidence - WHERE exactly is that teaching coming from? It's not biblical - there's plenty in those books about God's wrath, but nothing about people who are nonbelievers being angry at him.
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