Old Testament Genocide?: Answering “Atheists”… – VIDEO

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Shane Thacker

They say that God is genocidal while they are proponents of genocide
themselves? Abortion has taken millions of lives. I can just imagine what
the future will hold for the elderly.

Eric Schneider

I love the way these videos start “Although unbelievers have no objective moral framework with which to claim anything is actually immoral or wrong in reality…” haha. I have tried to hold atheists to this, it just seems to go right over their head, or they miss the point on purpose. It goes like this “We have a foundation for morality! Something is immoral if it causes suffering!” I ask how they know suffering is wrong from their worldview and they respond “You are stupid if you don’t think so”. Very frustrating, and I find myself explaining the question over… Read more »

AWResistance

atheists always take scripture out of historical context, they’re incapable
of understanding the brutality of the world outside of a modern Christian
civilisation.

Gabriel and Christina

Can you provide tips of how you study the bible?

FYRFOX198

Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot, Kim Jung IL, etc…yeah, these atheist were
humanitarians.

bobo577

Interesting, never thought about Amalek that way before. That makes sense
because Haman was an Agagite and descended from Amalek, so yeah that would
be further evidence for what you’re saying.

Li0nBar

Another very well made response Keith. Judges 2:3 shows that the
inhabitants mentioned in the book of Judges which parallel the Book of
Joshua lived among the Israelites following the military confrontations.
The passage below illustrates this.

Judges 1:28-30
“28 And it came to pass, when Israel was strong, that they did not utterly
drive them out. 29 Neither did Ephraim drive out the Canaanites that dwelt
in Gezer; but the Canaanites dwelt in Gezer among them. 30 Neither did
Zebulun drive out the inhabitants of Kitron, nor the inhabitants of
Nahalol; but the Canaanites dwelt among them, and became tributaries”.

Crusader Tony

Good ole’ fashioned Atheist double standards and subjective morality,
complaining about Genocide in the Bible (erroneously) yet have no problem
with abortion.

Eric Wilbert

Good stuff bro.

Lloyd Chin

Everything is for God to make and unmake. If he unmakes you in this world
and blesses you in the next, can we really say God is unjust? 

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