THE WRATHFUL GOD OF THE OLD TESTAMENT!

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Who is the God of the Old Testament? He is the WRATHFUL VENGEFUL GOD READY TO DESTROY ALL WICKED SINNERS! Right?

  • 1
    The God of the Old Testament allowed slavery because He hates people who aren't Jews and loves to make people's lives miserable.
  • 2
    The God of the Old Testament allowed slavery because it was cultural but gave rules. The slaves were to be treated right and after 7 years given the option to leave if they wanted.
  • 3
    The God of the Old Testament told the Jews to dash babies against stones because He is a baby-killing monster.
  • 4
    The God of the Old Testament did not tell anyone to dash babies against a stone. Rather it was written by a Jew who was angry against Babylon. Babylon had treated the Jews horribly and now the Jew wishes upon them what they did to them. Happy shall he be that dasheth thy little ones against a stone! In other words, Some day you are going to get back what you did to us!
  • 5
    The God of the Old Testament just randomly killed innocent people.
  • 6
    The God of the Old Testament warned people about their sins for many years sending them prophets. The people refused to listen and still God sent prophets to warn. Finally judgment came. The people had be warned, so no excuses.
  • 7
    The God of the Old Testament is only full of hatred, wrath, and vengeance.
  • 8
    The God of the Old Testament is a God of love, mercy, and kindness. A God also of wrath and judgment.
  • 9
    When God punished those who were burning their children to the god Molech, He was picking on innocent people who were doing nothing wrong.
  • 10
    The God of the Old Testament wants no wicked person to perish but to change from his/her wicked ways and repent (Ezekial 18:23,32).
  • 11
    The God of the Old Testament kills innocent children just for mocking a bald man.
  • 12
    The God of the Old Testament sends bears to kill little children who mock a bald man. However, since Jesus and John refer to grown adults as little children, the little children here may refer to grown adults and not literal little children.
  • 13
    The God of the Old Testament had innocent animals killed for no reason other than just cause He is mean.
  • 14
    The God of the Old Testament required animal sacrifices to atone for sin and the animals were foreshadows of Jesus' Sacrifice. That is the innocent dying for the guilty.
  • 15
    The God of the Old Testament required women with periods or lepers to be considered unclean because He is disgusted with them and just wanted to make them feel like crap.
  • 16
    The God of the Old Testament had women outside of the camp during their periods to give them time to rest and relax, so no diseases would spread in the camp, and lepers so no one else would get sick.
  • 17
    There are no verses of love and hope in the Old Testament. Every verse is about horror, death, blood, disease, and destruction.
  • 18
    Although there are verses of wrath, judgment, and death in the Old Testament, there are also numerous verses of peace, love, joy, hope, salvation, and prosperity.
  • 19
    The God of the Old Testament (as well as the New) teach that their followers should all be dumb and ignorant morons.
  • 20
    The God of the Old Testament (which is the God of the New Testament) teaches that His followers should be wise and full of knowledge and wisdom.
  • 21
    The God of the Old Testament killed off innocent people by using His Jews just because He felt like it.
  • 22
    The God of the Old Testament had cities destroyed because of the people's sins and the people knew they were sinning and had options to repent but refused.
  • 23
    The God of the Old Testament is unmerciful and an uncaring beast.
  • 24
    The God of the Old Testament is merciful and willing to forgive anyone. He for instance forgave the people of Ninevah after they humbled themselves and repented.
  • 25
    The God of the Old Testament is the same God of the New Testament. He has not changed and never will. Always the same.

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