I am going to outline an idea that I'm sure is not original. But, I want to bring it up to see if there are any new perspectives and for those who may not have considered it.
All over various religious texts the god in question will often be described as a creature that can be "provoked," made--by us--to feel some emotion or take some action.
Do some internet searches on phrases like "make god angry," "make god happy," "provoke the lord," etc., etc. and you'll find thousands of references in religious texts and other literature. But here's just one little diddy from 1 Kings 16: "Ahab also made an Asherah pole and did more to provoke the LORD, the God of Israel, to anger than did all the kings of Israel before him." (It's a whole other issue as to why god go so super pissed at Ahab!--"all the kings of Israel before him"...really?)
My issue is this: If the god in question is supposed to be "all powerful," etc., why do we actually have the power to control god's actions and emotions? Apparently, if you want to make god mad, you can do it by taking any one of hundreds (or thousands) of actions or simply having certain thoughts. You can also make god happy, we are told. And we can do these things so easily, too. It doesn't take very much.
WTF? Is this guy in control of himself or are we the puppet masters pulling his strings?
Also, If we are all doing things at the same moment that make god both angry and happy (and who knows what else), what is he supposed to do? Go back and forth all the time, alternating his emotional output like a computer's CPU sharing processing time between simultaneous tasks? (Sorry for the 'geek' reference, but it's all I could think of at the moment. Fourteen years of doing computer work...) Geez. The guy must be totally fucked up! Talk about ADHD! Plus, what kind of time does he give himself to generate his own emotions and thoughts?
There's my most recent two cents. Spend it wisely ;)