Or rather, human thought in regards to what a rational God would want (what with God not existing and all). A friend of mine posted on facebook that someone had attempted to hack her husband’s facebook account in order to do some identity theft. One of her friend’s then posted a screed about how criminals try to use “people’s standard of faith against them” and know that because it’s a sin to lie, people will answer security questions honestly. She went on to say that it would be better to lie on the security questions (i.e. give a wrong maiden name for your mother) and ask God to forgive you (in hopes that he would), than to run the risk of having one’s identity stolen. I read that, and all I could think was, “If God gets his panties in a bunch because someone falsely answers some stupid questions so a person doesn’t have to worry about having their identity stolen, then he’s even more petty than I thought!” (To say nothing as to why God would worry about that, and yet not intervene to stop someone from having their identity stolen in the first place.) Even when I was a Christian, it never would have occurred to me that God might have a problem with it, but then again, I expected God to be a rational being and quit being a Christian after realizing that the God of the Bible was absolutely not a rational being, by any definition of the word.