Who are you to question the almighty?
That is another interesting question because it leads us in unexpected directions.
Are you saying that nobody should ask questions? What if the word of God has been misunderstood for all these centuries (as for example it seems to have been in the case of slavery).
If it turns out that some questions are allowed, then how do you decide who is allowed to ask them. Clergy? Theologians? Only the pope? Surely none of those can be called unbiased, and therefore the questions should be asked by the only group of people who are absolutely unbiased about your God and all the other gods.
Atheists should ask the questions.
Having said the above, we might reasonably point out that all the different churches have different approaches to matters of dogma and doctrine. Are we allowed to ask questions of Christians of the 'wrong kind', (and specifically not of your kind)? Or should we leave them in their current state of ignorance (as you seem to do)?
And I would like to point out that I definitely do exist. I'm not sure that the same quality of evidence is available for any god. Whether your God is almighty or not is clearly a moot point given the amount of suffering in the world. So your question is really meaningless.
I'm me and I ask questions. Your almighty is probably a figment of your imagination.
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