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Christians are more moral than Yahweh and Jesus. So why worship them?

 
 
Reply Mon 9 Nov, 2020 02:47 pm
Christians are more moral than Yahweh and Jesus. So why worship them?

The Bible contains many instances that show Yahweh doing things that no moral human would do. Not even the most right-wing Christian theist.

If you Christians had God’s power, in Noah’s days, you Christians would not use Genocide against man and beast on the earth. Jesus said he came to cure those in need, not kill them, so you would cure those in Noah’s day and would not kill them all. Right?

In Egypt, you Christians would not harden Pharaoh’s heart but would leave it soft and let him let the Jews go. You would not punish the first born for what their parents did. If anything, you would punish the guilty and not the innocent. Right?

To the many other instances where God ordered massacres of babies, you Christians would not, as your better morals would make you care or cure and not kill. Right?

Christians and Muslim thus recognize their better morals. That being the case, why have you Christians and Muslims chosen to follow a God whose morals are inferior to your own?

Religions are supposed to be all about morals, yet Christians seem to ignore that their morals and ethics are better than Yahweh’s by a long shot. Right?

Why do you follow Yahweh, knowing that your morals are above Yahweh’s?

Regards
DL
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Reply Tue 17 Nov, 2020 04:54 pm
@Greatest I am,
This is why reading the New Testament is important.

We are not here for morality. We are hear to reconnect with God.

God is sometimes strange to our way of thinking. But our business on this world is to be in a relationship.

The Pharisees tried to be moral. But if you'll notice, despite trying to live up to about 612 or so rules, they managed to ignore the bigger laws of justice and mercy.

The New Testament rejects this standard, going so far as to say that the law is a curse.

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Reply Sat 21 Nov, 2020 11:17 am
@bulmabriefs144,
bulmabriefs144 wrote:

This is why reading the New Testament is important.

We are not here for morality. We are hear to reconnect with God.

God is sometimes strange to our way of thinking. But our business on this world is to be in a relationship.

The Pharisees tried to be moral. But if you'll notice, despite trying to live up to about 612 or so rules, they managed to ignore the bigger laws of justice and mercy.

The New Testament rejects this standard, going so far as to say that the law is a curse.



I agree that the O & N testaments do not agree on whether sin is good or evil.

Christianity sings of Adam's sin being a happy fault and necessary to Yahweh's plan.

If you do not agree with Christians on this, you do not know their theology because without sin, Christians have no need of a savior.

Regards
DL



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