All of that means nothing to me. Quoting scriptures to a non believer is useless.
I'm not penguinoid, but am the (now GP) poster you've replied to. I feel sorry that the sorry state of the world makes so many of us feel that way about God.
Quoting scriptures is valuable because "All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; so that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work." (2 Timothy 3:16)
Some non-believers start to believe, even when you personally may not yet do so:
"Now there was a man named Simon, who formerly was practicing magic in the city and astonishing the people of Samaria, claiming to be someone great; and they all, from smallest to greatest, were giving attention to him, saying, “This man is what is called the Great Power of God.” And they were giving him attention because he had for a long time astonished them with his magic arts. But when they believed Philip preaching the good news about the kingdom of God and the name of Jesus Christ, they were being baptized, men and women alike. Even Simon himself believed; and after being baptized, he continued on with Philip, and as he observed signs and great miracles taking place, he was constantly amazed."
(Acts 8:9-13) The parable of the seeds and the different types of metaphorical soil also comes to mind, about the ways the message is received differently due to pressures of daily life.
If you're right and I'm wrong, then your god is an asshole who doesn't deserve my worship.
It's common to talk about human law enforcement in a similar way, and it is a normal reaction to curse the persons of authority who aren't stopping our suffering immediately. The scriptures show that we're in the wake of the problems a select few allowed to enter into the picture. Man's willing disobedience started all this, not without a caring God's warning against it. Adam and Eve know death was the result of choosing the road of rebellion even knowing that we'd all be nonexistent today if the God had simply executed them on page one of our book of humanity. (Gen. 3:1-6) But his plan is to deliver results to those who want to follow. This will also prove that all other choices away from God will fail as man tried to direct his step for thousands of years without conquering suffering and death. (Jeremiah 10:23)
God isn't at fault. My last scripture in the GP post shows a small part of what He'll do. The same God was willing to go through a ransom to pay Adam's bail despite man's original betrayal:
"For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life. For God did not send the Son into the world to judge the world, but that the world might be saved through Him." (John 3:16)
This highlights we each have a choice, with future blessings that won't end or permanent death in sight. As Morpheus said, the freedom to take the steps comes from us, who are being shown the door via the bible's message. It is much easier to "believe" once we the "signs" of the last days get to the point of the war of Armageddon, but it may be late to reassess what steps to take flat-footed. I hope that this can help see why some Christians will continue to be eager to share the message even going as far as following Jesus's directions to go house to house to people despite the dangers lurking behind each new house that is dissatisfied with false followers' actions. Many are already glad of what they have found and what God will bring after death and suffering are out of the picture again.