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PART 5: “DEFENDING” GOD BUT “DESTROYING” HIS WORD, THE BIBLE

Part Five: God Kills, Yay or Nay? Another common trend of argument I have observed among contemporary Christians is the assertion that “God does NOT kill”. I asked some their reason and they make statements like “God is NOT evil, He CANNOT break His own rule which forbids others from killing. It is moral EVIL…

PART 4: “DEFENDING” GOD BUT “DESTROYING” HIS WORD, THE BIBLE

Part Four: God Does Evil, Yay or Nay? The first part introduced this series and established that the Bible is a product of God’s breathing out. Thus, its reports and record are free from error and are authoritative. It was a response to the claim by some that some reports given by Biblical authors were…

PART 3: “DEFENDING” GOD BUT “DESTROYING” HIS WORD, THE BIBLE

Part Three: God’s Sovereignty over Men’s Affairs Based on the second part (click here for the second part) which established that a true prophet does NOT speak in God’s name what God NEVER said, I move on to talk on what it means when a prophet prefaces his words withכֹּה־אָמַ֙ר יְהוָ֜ה (koh-’amar YHWH), i.e. “Thus…

PART 2: “DEFENDING” GOD BUT “DESTROYING” HIS WORD, THE BIBLE

Part Two: When a Prophet Speaks In the Old Testament, there is the frequently seen introductory phrase, “Thus says the LORD,” which appears hundreds of times. In the world of the Old Testament, this phrase would have been recognized as identical in form to the phrase, “Thus says king…,” which was used to preface the…