There is No Christian God.

This is the third post in a series titled, "There is No Christian God," which is highlighting several serious problems for the Christian faith. In the previous two I had argued that God should've created all human beings as one race of people in a world containing nothing but vegetarians.

Here's something else God should've done.

Down through the ages there has been a great deal of religious conflict. If God exists and wants us to believe in him, then he should’ve made it a priority to prevent this religious conflict by clearly revealing himself in this world such that only people who refuse to believe would do so. In this way he’d prevent all religious wars, Crusades, Inquisitions and witch burnings. There’d be no religiously motivated suicide bombers, no Muslim terrorists, and no kamikaze pilots.

For those who claim God has provided enough evidence to believe, show me the evidence for this claim. Look at the world map below and reconcile that evidence with such a claim (click on it to enlarge it):

Here is the enlarged map key:

How could God provide more evidence he exists? I've already argued that history is a poor medium for God to reveal himself, and I've already suggested several better ways he could've done so.

There is no Christian God.