This challenge came from an atheist on another podcast...
Except from the act of creation, can you (the reader of this blog) give chapter and verse for any 'good' act of God, as recorded in the bible, that did not have negative consequences for someone?
For example, God was good when he helped the Israelites escape from Egypt, but the effects of God's goodness towards the Israelites resulted in bad experiences for the Egyptians.
Does God not play 'win-win' game theory?
According to the atheist guy, there are only three instances of God's goodness being good to all involved in the old testament. Can we prove him wrong?