Doing the internet rounds (I see) is this response of Stephen Fry to a question about his relationship with God:
In a media world keen for a mix of controversy, comedy and doing without God, Fry's punchy, witty dismissal of God is just what the secularization doctor ordered.
It is hardly original to say that it reminds us of C.S. Lewis' great observation (and title of a book of his articles) that whereas previous to the modern era humanity's relationship to God was that of the accused in the dock, desperately hoping to find mercy from the Judge, now it is God in the Dock. If God has an acceptable answer for the problems Stephen Fry says imply God is capricious then, according to Lewis, we might be merciful to God and let him off his charges!
Tim Stanley offers a response here.
Even better is this by Madeleine Davies.
(Added) Even better is this by Krish Kandiah.
What do you think?
On any approach to reading the Bible, whatever else judgement day means, it will not involve us questioning God!