Okay. Here are Whoppers 5 & 6 of the "Top eight whoppers we’ve made up about God," from the book, "E-SQUARED," by Pam Grout:
Whopper #5: "God is just so demanding."
"The FP (Field of Infinite Potentials) doesn’t judge. It doesn’t punish. It doesn’t think, 'Well, Sammy C. was a good boy yesterday, helping that little old lady cross the street. I think I’ll answer his prayer about winning the lottery.' Those are thoughts Clarence Thomas might think.
"The FP doesn’t need anything. It requires nothing of us. It makes no demands. It doesn’t like Mother Teresa more than Celine Dion. Only misinformed humans, scrambling desperately to make sense of their world, came up with a God who plays eenie-meenie-minie-mo with our lives, a God who likes and dislikes the same people we do. Our fear has trapped us into a box that plays out our very limited perception."
Whopper #6: "You don’t want to ask too much from God; you certainly wouldn’t want to bug him."
"As I’ve already pointed out, the FP is not a person; therefore you cannot bug him. The FP is a power, an unseen energetic force. It isn’t finite or limited, so you certainly couldn’t ask too much of it. As the old saying goes, you can take an eyedropper or a bucket to the ocean. The ocean doesn’t care. If anything, we don’t use the FP power nearly enough. This is an all-powerful force we’re talking about here, not some last-minute relief team that comes in to pay the mortgage. The FP is not an adversary that has to be coaxed to the bargaining table."