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"You are not an evil person, but our God is going to murder you for using a word, even though there are roughly an infinite number of non-lethal ways he could punish you, ore even simply force you to stop using the word. Look how Lawful Good we are."
Even accepting the entirely irrational, unjustified, and evil actions of Iomedae in Wrath of the Righteous into evidence (and you are in the considerable minority in doing so), she didn't *kill* the characters for displeasing her. That was your big argument for why dealing as much damage as dropping a character from 50 feet, then 100 feet, and then 200 feet (or stabbing them with five short swords at once, than 10, then 20) for answering random questions incorrectly wasn't evil, as I recall--that despite the considerable objective magnitude of the damage, it had no chance of killing characters of that level, so it was all fine and dandy. She specifically doesn't kill characters who outright attack her. Whereas here, Pelor murders a guy who is specifically *not evil* for making a group of his followers feel less super special awesome and unique.
We clearly have very different ideas what the word 'Good' means.