Richard Swinburne defends genocide
'God does not wrong the Canaanites . . . if he makes the gift of life shorter for some of them than for some other humans. If there is a God, he has made it abundantly clear that the 'gift' of life is a temporary one which he makes as long or short as he chooses. To use an analogy, I may lend you a book, saying, 'you can have this until I want it back'. I don't wrong you if I let other people use a book for a longer period than I let you use a book.'
Remember, when a child dies of malaria, it is just Swinburne's god taking his gift back.
When a tsunami wipes out 15,000 Japanese people who had done their utmost to prepare against Acts of God, it is no more than Swinburne's god taking his gift of life back.
Remember also that if Richard Swinburne gives you a present for Christmas, he will take it back from you on Boxing Day.
In the Christian world view, give to the poor, because it is only a gift, and you can always take it back.