Who was really the god of the Bible?
In this article we show some passages from the bible, yes the book inspired by god so to speak, that good god with whom we all grew up in the catechism, the loving, immanent, omniscient god, who knows everything about us, sees everything, who would guide the Jewish people outside Egypt, and what the bible passages are doing in a ufology site someone will rightly ask because it is normal to ask.
Those who deal with ufology have now quite clear that the god Yahweh of the old testament is not as ethereal as it has long been believed for 2000 years, in fact most of humanity believes it. In reality he was an extraterrestrial, one of many belonging to a race of individuals from who knows where called the Elohim, a plurality of beings in essence, whose definition means: The angels, the judges and the rulers of the nations … who would create the human being through genetic manipulation.
To get this information, the Bible must be read, because it is Christians who have not read it, they simply accepted their belief from above for generation to generation since childhood without using their own critical sense and then when they are shown this content they speak of allegorical contents.
In fact, if you read it carefully you can clearly perceive that it is a physical and corporeal god, it is often evident, here are just a few examples. We are in Eden, man and woman have just been created, in Genesis Chap 3 we find:
“8 Then they heard the Lord God walking in the garden in the breeze of the day, and the man with his wife hid themselves from the Lord God among the trees of the garden. 9 But the Lord God called the man and said to him, “Where are you? ? »10 He answered,« I heard your step in the garden: I was afraid, because I am naked, and I hid myself ». In Genesis 18 “1 Then the Lord appeared to him at the Oaks of Mamre, as he sat at the entrance of the tent in the hottest hour of the day. 2 He looked up and saw that three men were standing beside him. As soon as he saw them, he ran to meet them from the entrance of the tent and bowed down to the ground …. 4 Go get some water, wash your feet and sit under the tree. 5 Let me go and get a bite of bread and refresh your heart; after, you can continue, because that’s why you went to your servant. ” They said, “Do as you said.” 6 So Abraham went quickly to Sarah’s tent and said, “Quickly, three measures of fine flour, knead it and make cakes.”
Not only then was he not a good being, he was instead a ruthless being, who imposed laws that if not respected led to immediate elimination, have you never read it? Here you will find every brutality.
Genesis, 34:13 – Shechem joined carnally – in a pre-marital act – with Dina, daughter of Jacob, arousing the anger of her other children. The union after circumcision was considered by Jacob a dishonor and, for this reason, Shechem, his father Camor, and every male in the city were required to be circumcised, which would have made every man suitable for union with his other daughters. Three days later, while the men were still suffering the pains of the operation, “two of Jacob’s sons, Simeon and Levi, brothers of Dina, each took their own sword, assaulted the city which was deemed safe, and killed all the males. ” – “Camor and his son Shechem also passed to the sword, took Dinah from the house of Shechem, and went out.” – “The sons of Jacob fell on the slain and plundered the city, because their sister had been dishonored “-” they took their flocks, their herds, their donkeys, what was in the city and in the fields. ” – “They took away as booty all their wealth, all their children, their wives and everything that was in the houses.”
Genesis, chapters 6 and 7 – Dissatisfied with man’s wickedness, God exterminated every creature on the planet, sparing only Noah’s family. Men, women, children and animals drowned in an unthinkable agony.
Genesis 19: 6 – One evening, Lot gave hospitality to two angels in his house in Sodom. That same evening Lot’s home was attacked by a crowd of homosexual thugs seeking fleshly experiences with angels. Lot willingly surrendered his virgin daughters to the crowd, urging them: “Please, my brothers, do not do this evil!” – “Behold, I have two daughters who have not known a man: let me lead you out, and you will do with them whatever you please; but do nothing to these men, because they have come to the shadow of my roof. “
Genesis 19:26 – God, unmoved by the proposed rape of Lot’s virgin daughters, turned his wife into a pillar of salt for committing the heinous crime of looking over her shoulder.
Genesis 38: 8-10 – Judah begged Onan to sleep with his brother’s wife – killed by God for his wickedness – encouraging him: “Go to your brother’s wife, marry her as a brother-in-law and raise up a seed for yours brother.” Onan complied, “but every time he joined his brother’s wife, he scattered on the ground, so as not to give a posterity to his brother.” God considered this an evil deed and punished him with death.
Exodus, 2:12 – Moses saw an Egyptian beating a Jew. He looked around and, finding no witnesses, “killed the Egyptian and hid him in the sand.”
Exodus, 7: 2-4 – God “hardened” Pharaoh’s heart and planned his “wonders in the land of Egypt.”
Exodus, 7: 20-21 – God turned the Nile water into blood. All the fish died and the water became undrinkable.
Exodus, 8: 6-7 – God sent a plague of frogs that “covered the land of Egypt.”
Exodus 8:16 – God sent a plague of mosquitoes.
Exodus 8:24 – God sent a plague of poisonous flies. “The earth was devastated.”
Exodus, 9: 5 – God, with the umpteenth epidemic, exterminated all the cattle of Egypt; “But of the cattle of the children of Israel not a head died.”
Exodus 9:10 – God sent a plague of “ulcers that turned into pustules on people and animals.”
Exodus, 9: 22-25 – God sent a plague of hail which struck men and animals, and which stripped the fields.
Exodus 12:29 – God killed the firstborn of every Egyptian family whose house was not marked with lamb’s blood.
Exodus 17:13 – The staff of God, held by Moses’ hands on the top of the hill, allowed Joshua to exterminate Amalek and his people “by passing them to the edge of the sword”.
Exodus, 21: 20-21 – According to the law of God “if one beats his male or female slave until they die under blows, the master must be punished” – “but if they survive a day or two, it will not be punished, because it is his money. ” – God approved of slavery.
Exodus 32:27 – At the sight of the golden calf, God commanded the sons of Levi: “Let each one of you put his sword at his side; walk through the camp from door to door, and each one kills his brother, each friend, each neighbor. ” – “About three thousand men fell on that day” and God was pleased.
Leviticus 26: 7-8 – God rewarded obedience by ensuring that every enemy would perish by the sword.
Leviticus 26:22 – God warned the people that if they did not listen to him, he would send them wild beasts: “who will kidnap your children, exterminate your livestock, reduce you to a small number, and your roads will become deserted . “
Leviticus, 26: 27-29 – “And if, despite all this, you do not want to listen to me, but with your conduct you resist me” – “I too will resist you in fury and chastise you seven times more for your sins. ” – “You will eat the flesh of your sons and your daughters.”
Numbers, 12: 9-14 – God got tired of Mary’s presence and, for this, hit her with leprosy, banishing her from the camp for seven days.
Numbers, 15: 32-26 – A man gathered wood on the Sabbath. By divine order given to Moses, “the whole community led him out of the camp and stoned him, and he died.”
Numbers, 16: 27-33 – Men proved unruly, so God caused the earth to open up and swallow men, women and children.
Numbers, 16:35 – God’s fire “devoured the two hundred and fifty men who offered incense.”
Numbers 16:49 – With a plague, God exterminated fourteen thousand seven hundred men.
Numbers 21: 3 – The Lord entrusted the Canaanites to Israel, who “destroyed the Canaanites and their cities to extermination.”
Numbers, 21: 6 – The Lord “sent poisonous snakes among the people which bit the people, and a great number of Israelites died.”
Numbers 21:35 – With God’s approval the Israelites went to the city of Og, killed King Bashan – without sparing his children – exterminated the army without leaving any survivors, and took control of the territory.
Numbers, 25: 4 – “The Lord said to Moses: Take all the leaders of the people and have them hanged before the Lord in the sunlight, so that the burning anger of the Lord may be removed from Israel.”
Numbers, 25: 8 – Phinehas, son of Eleazar, son of the priest Aaron, went to a tent occupied by an Israelite man and a Midianite woman and “pierced them both, the man of Israel and the woman, in the lower abdomen. “
Numbers, 25: 9 – A divine pestilence exterminated twenty-four thousand people.
Numbers, 31: 9 – At divine command, the Israelites kidnapped Midianite women and children, and “took all spoil and all prey.”
Numbers, 31: 17-18 – God commanded Moses to kill every Midianite male among children, and “any woman who has had sex with a man” – “but all girls who have not had sex with men, let them alive for you. ” – Note: it would be interesting to discover the cunning with which the soldiers recognized virgin women.
Numbers, 31: 31-40 – God divided the spoils of war among the soldiers, priests and Israelites without neglecting the tribute to the Lord: “six hundred and seventy five thousand sheep, seventy-two thousand oxen, sixty-one thousand donkeys and thirty-two thousand people, that is, women who had not had intercourse sexual with men. “
Deuteronomy, 2: 33-34 – Under God’s guidance, the Israelites completely exterminated the men, women and children of Sicon. – “We didn’t leave anyone alive.”
Deuteronomy, 3: 6 – Under God’s guidance, the Israelites completely exterminated the men, women and children of Og. They plundered livestock and possessions.
Deuteronomy, 7: 2 – God spoke to every man of Israel and, regarding the enemies, proclaimed: “You will destroy them to extermination; you will not make a covenant with them and you will not give them grace. “
Deuteronomy 20: 13-14 – God established the rules of war by ordering the slaughter of all men. He left out women, children, livestock, and possessions that could be held as prey.
Deuteronomy, 20:16 – “In the cities of these peoples that the Lord, your God, gives you as an inheritance, you will not keep alive anything you breathe.”
Deuteronomy 21: 10-13 – According to God’s law, if an Israelite man had sighted an attractive woman during a war, he could have captured her and kept her as his wife. The woman, therefore, would have to shave her head, cut her nails and take off the clothes she was wearing at the time of capture. He was supposed to mourn his father and mother for a whole month. And if the soldier was not satisfied, he could let her go “wherever he wants.”
Deuteronomy, 28:53 – God’s punishment for disobedient was for them to eat “the fruit of their own womb, the flesh of their sons and daughters.”
Joshua, 6: 21-27 – Under God’s direction Joshua destroyed the entire city of Jericho with the point of the sword; men, women and children included. He kept the silver, gold, bronze and iron for God and finally set fire to the city.
Joshua 7: 19-26 – Achan stole “a cloak of Scinear, two hundred shekels of silver, and a gold bar weighing fifty shekels.” – Joshua and the Israelites brought Achan, the spoils, his sons, his daughters, the cattle, the donkeys, the mules and all his possessions to the valley of Ahr, where they stoned and burned them alive.
Joshua, 8: 22-25 – God supported Joshua in fighting and exterminating twelve thousand men and women in the city of Ai. None survived.
Joshua, 10: 10-27 – God helped Joshua in the slaughter of the Gabaonites.
Joshua 10:28 – With God’s approval, Joshua passed the city of Macheddah and its king “to the edge of the sword” – “He voted them to extermination with all the people who were there; he didn’t let one escape. “
Joshua 10:30 – God put the city of Libnah in Joshua’s hand. “Joshua put it to the edge of the sword with all the people who were there; he didn’t let one escape. “
Joshua 10: 32-33 – God gave his approval for Joshua to kill every man, woman and child in the city of Lachish. With the sword.
Joshua 10: 34-35 – All the inhabitants of the city of Eglon were cut down by the swords of Joshua and his army.
Joshua, 10: 36-37 – God let Joshua kill the king of Hebron and his village with every one of its inhabitants. – “He didn’t let one slip away, exactly as he did to Eglon; he voted it to extermination with all the people who were there. “
Joshua, 10: 38-39 – “Then Joshua with all Israel returned to Debir, and attacked it.” – They all died.
Joshua 11: 6 – God ordered Joshua to defeat the enemy at the waters of Merom. “You will hock their horses and set their chariots on fire.”
Joshua, 11: 8-15 – Joshua’s army, under God’s command, exterminated the enemy “without letting anyone escape.”
Joshua, 11:20 – “For the Lord made their hearts persist in fighting Israel, so that Israel would destroy them without mercy on them, and destroy them as the Lord had commanded Moses.”
Judges, 1: 4 – The Lord put the Canaanites and the Ferezei into the hands of Judah. Ten thousand victims.
Judges 1: 6 – Adoni-Bezec – of the Canaanites – fled, but the army of Judah caught up with him and “cut off his thumbs and toes.”
Judges, 1: 8 – God approved of Judah’s attack on the city of Jerusalem. The army of Judah put the city on fire and sword.
Judges 1:17 – “Then Judah departed with Simeon his brother, and they defeated the Canaanites who dwelt in Sephat; destroyed the city entirely. “
Judges, 3:29 – The lord put the Moabites into the hands of the Israelites. “At that time they defeated about ten thousand Moabites, all robust and valiant; not even one escaped. “
Judges, 4:21 – Jael, with a hammer, drove a peg into Sisera’s head, “so that it penetrated the ground.”
Judges, 7: 19-25 – Under the guidance of the Lord the people of Gideon defeated the Midianites. He killed and beheaded their prince and handed his head to Gideon.
Judges 8: 15-21 – Gideon chastised the men of Succoth with thorns and thorns of the desert. Then “he demolished the tower of Penuel and killed the people of the city.”
Judges 9: 5 – Abimelech murdered his brothers.
Judges, 9:45 – Abimelech and his followers killed all the men of the city. Then they sprinkled them with salt.
Judges, 9: 53-54 – Abimelech was resting peacefully in the city of Thebes when “a woman threw down a piece of millstone on Abimelech’s head and broke his skull.” – “He immediately called the young man who brought him the weapons, and said to him:« Draw your sword and kill me, lest it be said: ‘A woman killed him!’ »His servant then pierced him and he died.”
Judges 11: 29-39 – Jephthah sacrificed his beloved daughter on the altar of the Lord to thank him for giving him victory in battle.
Judges, 15:15 – Samson killed a thousand men with “a fresh ass jaw.”
Judges, 16: 27-30 – God gave Samson the strength to tear down the columns of the temple and kill three thousand people.
Judges, 18:27 – The Danites came to Lais, “from a people who were calm and fearless; they put him to the sword and set the city on fire. “
Judges, 19: 22-29 – A traveler from Bethlehem, his companion and a servant were guests in the home of an elderly gentleman in Gibea when “perverse people” surrounded the house asking to “abuse” the male guest. The elderly landlord offered the assailants his virgin daughter and the companion of his host, imploring them: “Here is my daughter who is a virgin, and that man’s concubine; I will lead them out and you abuse them and do with them whatever you please; but do not commit such infamy against that man! ” – The lady was raped and died. The traveler loaded the woman’s lifeless body onto a donkey, returned home, “armed himself with a knife, took his concubine and divided her, limb by limb, into twelve pieces, which he sent throughout the territory of Israel. “
Judges 20: 43-48 – The Israelites killed twenty five thousand men. Six hundred fled into the desert. The Israelites overtook them and “put them by the edge of the sword, from the inhabitants of the cities to the cattle, to all that was found; and they set fire to all the cities they found. “
Judges 21: 10-12 – The community killed every man and every non-virgin woman from Jabes in Gilead. They found four hundred virgins to take with them.
1 Samuel, 4:10 – The Philistines killed thirty thousand Israelite soldiers.
1 Samuel, 5: 6-9 – As punishment for stealing the Ark of the Covenant, “the Lord struck the men of the city, small and large, and a plague of hemorrhoids broke out in their midst.”
1 Samuel, 6:19 – “The Lord struck the inhabitants of Beth-shemesh, because they had looked into the ark of the Lord; it struck seventy men among the fifty thousand of the people. “
1 Samuel, 7: 7-11 – The Lord helped Samuel’s men to kill the Philistines, who pursued them “and beat them down to under Beth-cha.”
1 Samuel 11:11 – Under God’s blessing, Saul and his army slaughtered the Ammonites “until the day became hot.”
1 Samuel 14:31 – Jonathan and his men defeated the Philistines, “they fell upon the prey and took sheep, oxen and calves and slaughtered them and ate them with blood.”
1 Samuel, 15: 7-8 – God orders Saul: “Go therefore and strike Amalek and vote to exterminate what belongs to him, do not let yourself be pitied by him, but kill men and women, children and infants, oxen and sheep , camels and donkeys. “
1 Samuel, 15:33 – “Samuel pierced Agag before the Lord in Gilgal.”
1 Samuel, 18:27 – David and his men killed two hundred Philistines, taking “their foreskins”, which David “counted before the king to become the king’s son-in-law. Saul gave him his daughter Mikal as his wife. “
1 Samuel, 30:17 – David left only four hundred Philistines alive, who managed to escape.
2 Samuel, 2:23 – Abner struck Asael “with the point of the spear in the lower abdomen, so that the spear went out from behind him and he fell on the spot.”
2 Samuel, 3:30 – Joab and Abisai avenged Asahel’s death by killing Abner.
2 Samuel 4: 7-8 – Is-Baal was resting undisturbed in his bed when Recab and Baana entered the room. “They hit him, killed him and cut off his head; then, taking away his head, they took the Arabian way, walking all night. ” – David could not bear that an innocent man was killed.
2 Samuel, 4:12 – David punished Recab and Baana by killing them, cutting off their hands and feet and hanging them by the pool of Hebron.
2 Samuel, 6: 6-7 – The ox carrying the Ark fell to the ground exhausted, and Uzzah ran to put him back on his feet. “The Lord’s anger was kindled against Uzzah; God beat him for his guilt and he died on the spot, at the ark of God. “
2 Samuel, 6: 22-23 – David was mocked by Mikal for having “discovered himself before the eyes of the maidservants of his servants, as one would discover a man of nothing.” – So God punished Mikal, daughter of Saul, who “had no children until the day she died.” – Note the contradiction with 2 Samuel 21: 8, where it is reported that Mikal had five children.
2 Samuel, 8: 1-18 – David’s exploits included the killing of two thirds of the Moabite soldiers, the slaughter of six thousand nine hundred horses, the extermination of twenty-two thousand Syrians and eighteen thousand Edomites. Verse 6 reads: “The Lord made David victorious wherever he went.”
2 Samuel, 10:18 – David killed seven hundred pairs of horses and forty thousand Arameans.
2 Samuel, 11: 14-27 – David longed for Uriah’s wife, so he had him killed in battle so that he could have Bath-sheba all to himself.
2 Samuel, 12: 1 – “But what David did was evil in the sight of the Lord.” – To punish him, the Lord killed his child.
2 Samuel, 13: 1-15 – The son of David – and Bathsheba – Amnon fell in love with his virgin sister Tamar. Tamàr protested his brother’s courtship, but – verse 14 – “he did not want to listen to her: he was stronger than her and raped her by joining her.”
2 Samuel, 13: 28-29 – Tamar’s brother Absalom ordered his men to make Amnon drunk and then kill him and avenge the rape of his sister.
2 Samuel, 18: 6-7 – David’s army destroyed twenty thousand men in the forest of Ephraim.
2 Samuel, 18:15 – Joab “took three darts in his hand and plunged them into the heart of Absalom, who was still alive in the depths of the terebinth.” – “Then ten young squires of Joab surrounded Absalom, struck him and finished him off.”
2 Samuel, 20: 10-12 – Joab stuck a dagger into Amasa’s stomach, knocking his intestines over to the ground. Amasa died in the middle of the road rolling in his own blood.
2 Samuel, 24:15 – God sent a pestilence on the city of Israel to punish David for his sin. Seventy thousand innocent people died.
1 Kings 2: 24-25 – Solomon killed Adonijah.
1 Kings 2: 29-34 – Solomon killed Joab.
1 Kings, 13-15-24 – A prophet lied to a man, convincing him to drink water and eat bread in a place where the Lord had previously forbidden him to do so. The man, reassured, ate and drank in that place. God sent a lion to punish him, “his corpse remained lying on the road.”
1 Kings 20: 29-30 – The Israelites fought against the Syrians. The amount of casualties for any single day was one hundred thousand. Over the remaining twenty-seven thousand a stone wall collapsed.
2 Kings 1: 10-12 – Elijah called a fire from heaven, calling for God’s help, and fifty men were consumed by the flames.
2 Kings 2: 23-24 – Elisha was walking down the street when forty-two children made fun of his baldness. “He turned around, looked at them and cursed them in the name of the Lord. Then two bears came out of the forest and tore up forty-two of those children. “
2 Kings 5:27 – Elisha curses Ghecazi and his descendants forever with leprosy. “He turned away from Elisha, white as snow with leprosy.”
2 Kings 6: 18-19 – The enemy walked towards Elisha and he, turning to the Lord, pleaded: “Oh, strike these people of blindness !. And the Lord struck them with blindness according to the word of Elisha. ” – “Elisha said to them: This is not the road and this is not the city. Follow me and I will lead you to the man you seek. He led them to Samaria. ” – “When they came to Samaria, Elisha said: Lord, open their eyes; they see !. The Lord opened their eyes and they saw. They were in the middle of Samaria! “
2 Kings 6:29 – A woman complained of starvation before the king of Israel. He was sad because he had agreed to cook and eat his son.
2 Kings 9:24 – Jehu betrayed Joram, then killed him by hitting him with bow and arrow in the middle of the shoulders. “The arrow went through his heart.”
2 Kings 9:27 – Jehu ordered his men to pursue and kill Ahaziah king of Judah.
2 Kings 9: 30-37 – Jehu had Gezebel killed. “His blood splashed on the wall and on the horses. Jehu passed over his body, then entered, ate and drank; at the end he ordered: Go and see that cursed one and bury her, because she was the daughter of a king. ” – “When they went to bury her, they found nothing but the skull, the feet and the palms of the hands.” – “When they returned, they reported the fact to Jehu, who said: Thus has come true the word that the Lord had spoken through his servant Elijah the Tishbite: In the field of Jezreel the dogs will devour the flesh of Jezebel.” – “And the corpse of Jezebel in the countryside will be like manure, so that it cannot be said: This is Jezebel.”
2 Kings 10: 7 – Jehu ordered Ahab’s seventy sons to be beheaded. “Then they put their heads in baskets and sent them to him.”
2 Kings 10:14 – Jehu ordered the death of Ahab’s family, seventy-two people in total.
2 Kings 10:17 – According to God’s account, Jehu went to Samaria and exterminated “all the survivors of the house of Ahab to the point of annihilating it, according to the word that the Lord had communicated to Elijah.”
2 Kings 10: 19-27 – Jehu trapped the Baal worshipers in the temple, then told the guards: “Come in, kill them. Nobody runs away. “
2 Kings 11: 1 – Athaliah destroyed the royal family.
2 Kings 14: 5 – Amaziah had the officers who killed his father executed.
2 Kings 14: 3-5 – God was angry with Amaziah, even though he had done what was right in the sight of the Lord. The high offices had not yet been eliminated, and God was jealous of their sacrifices on the altar. Thus, He punished Azariah with leprosy.
2 Kings 15:16 – Menachem attacked the city of Tifsach, destroying it, and “had all the pregnant women gutted.”
2 Kings 19:35 – An angel of the lord killed one hundred eighty-five thousand men in the Assyrian fields.
2 Chronicles, 13:17 – God gave control of the Israelites to Abiah and Judah. Five hundred thousand enemies died.
2 Chronicles, 21: 4 – “Joram took possession of his father’s kingdom and when it was strengthened, he slew all his brothers by the sword and, with them, some officers of Israel.”
Isaiah 13:15 – Isaiah saw a prophecy about the fate of Babylon. “Those who are found will be pierced, and those who are caught will perish by the sword. Their little ones will be smashed before their eyes; their homes will be plundered, their wives dishonored. “
Isaiah 13:18 – “With their bows they will strike down the young, they will have no mercy on the little ones just born, their eyes will have no mercy on children.”
Isaiah 14: 21-23 – “Prepare the slaughter of his children because of the iniquity of their father and let them no longer arise to conquer the earth and fill the world with ruins. I will rise up against them – word of the Lord of hosts -, I will exterminate the name of Babylon and the rest, the offspring and the offspring – oracle of the Lord -. I will reduce it to the domain of sea urchins, to a stagnant swamp; he will fuck her with the broom of destruction – oracle of the Lord of hosts -. “
Isaiah 49:26 – God’s punishment against those who attack Israel: “I will make your oppressors eat their own flesh, they will become drunk with their own blood as with must.”
Jeremiah 16: 4 – The word of the Lord concerning children born in this land: “They will die of excruciating diseases, they will not be regretted or buried, but they will be like dung on the earth. They will perish by the sword and by hunger; their corpses will be food for the birds of the air and the beasts of the earth. “
Ezra 6: 12-13 – The decree of King Darius stipulated that, should anyone change his edict, “a beam should be taken out of his house, raised up and hanged there. Then his house is reduced to a dunghill. “
Ezekiel 20:26 – Israel rose up, and God’s punishment was sober. “I caused them to contaminate themselves in their offerings by making every firstborn pass through the fire, to terrify them, so that they would recognize that I am the Lord.”
Ezekiel 23:34 – God arranged for prostitutes to drink a cup of indignation and tear their breasts.
Ezekiel, 23: 45-47 – God punished adultery: “A crowd will come against them and they will be abandoned to embezzlement and pillage. The crowd will stone them and cut them to pieces with swords; he will kill their sons and daughters and burn down their houses. I will thus eliminate an infamy from the earth and all women will learn not to commit such infamies. “
Hosea 13:16 – Following the rebellion of Israel: “the breath of the Lord will rise from the desert and will dry up its springs, dry up its fountains, destroy the treasure of all precious vessels.”
Matthew, 5:17 – “Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I did not come to abolish, but to fulfill. ” – Jesus supports the mass murder, rape, slavery, torture and incest described in the Old Testament.
Matthew, 8:12 – Jesus warns of the eternal tortures of hell: “the children of the kingdom will be cast out into darkness, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.”
Matthew, 10: 35-36 – Jesus motivates his coming: “Do not think that I have come to bring peace on the earth; I did not come to bring peace, but a sword. Because I have come to divide the son from his father, the daughter from his mother, the daughter-in-law from her mother-in-law; and man’s enemies will be those of his own house. “
Matthew 11: 21-24 – Jesus’ works did not impress the cities of Corazid, Bethsaida and Capernaum. Jesus said, “Woe to you!” and destined them to a worse fate than that which befell Sodom.
Matthew 8:21 – A man decided that, before following Jesus in his enterprise, he would bury his newly deceased father. Jesus replied, “Follow me, and let the dead bury their dead.”
Mark 4:10 – In the parable of the sower Jesus explained to his disciples that he used to use parables in order to increase their confusion, “that they may not be converted, and their sins may not be forgiven.”
Mark 7:10 – According to Old Testament law, any child who exhibited hatred towards his parents would be sentenced to death.
Luke 8: 32-33 – Jesus transferred demons from the body of a naked man to a herd of pigs, “and that herd rushed down into the lake and drowned.” – The inhabitants pleaded with Jesus to leave the city.
Luke 12:47 – Jesus warned that a servant of God who did not respect the will of his Master would receive “many blows.”
Luke 19:26 – In the parable of the ten minas the master – God – said of those who had decided not to follow him: “Bring them here and kill them in my presence.”
John 6: 53-66 – Jesus invited his disciples to eat his flesh and drink his blood. Despite the metaphorical tone, many disciples did not share the idea and decided to abandon it.
Acts, 5: 1-9 – Ananias lied about the amount he earned from selling his property to keep part of that sum for himself. God killed him and his wife.
Romans, 1: 26-27 – Paul says that lesbians and homosexuals deserve eternal damnation.
Letter to the Ephesians, 1: 4-5 – Despite the instructions given by Jesus on how to recognize him as the savior, He says that God has already “predestined” those who will be saved according to His will.
Hebrews 12:20 – God arranged for every animal encamped on Mount Zion to be stoned.
1 Peter 1:20 – After the failure of God’s experiment in the garden of Eden, the catastrophe of Noah and the final solution of Christ’s sacrifice, we discover that Jesus was predestined to death from the very beginning. It was all “already designated before the creation of the world.”
Revelation, 6: 8 – At the end of time, God will authorize Death to cut down 25% of the earth’s population “with the sword, with hunger, with mortality and with the beasts of the earth.”