Except that God would never say that evil is good. Despite the twisting around of the Bible's teachings by hate groups and political self-interest, God's ultimate desire for humans is that we love one another and live as rightly as possible (that is, not flinging insults or bombs at one another).
I know I'm in the minority on this site, and I realize that the first problem many who read this (if anyone does) will have is "you can't prove God exists." I accept that. I'm not asking you to believe God exists. But anyone who claims to be a Christian and spouts anything like what Mr. Cheung has said is either a liar or completely off the rails.
Assume for just a moment that a truly omnipotent (capable of anything short of paradox), omniscient that could logically be called a god exists, and that the Bible's description of that being is accurate:
- God is the creator of the universe and all of its component parts.
- God is the originator of life.
- God looked at everything He made in the natural world and declared it to be good.
- God, being the ultimate being, has inherent self-worth.
- After creating man, God endowed mankind with some of His spirit.
If you claim to believe in the Judeo-Christian God, it then follows that you believe every human being, past present and future, is a creature deserving of life.
You may, if you so choose, now cease assuming there is a God.
I'm no theologian, so issues like the Pro-Life/Pro-Choice, the death penalty etc. are beyond me. But I think it's a good start, no?