Tough Questions About God (Part 3) – Why Did God Kill So Many Innocent People in the Bible?
For what reason Did God Demand the Deaths Of So Many Innocent People In The Bible?
This is section 3 of a 10 section series that handles extreme inquiries concerning God and His evident nonappearance from our present reality. The inquiry: “For what reason Did God kill So Many Innocent People In The Bible?” This question has been drawn out into the open as of late by a skeptic on the well known web-based entertainment webpage You-Tube. This skeptic proceeded to say that in the event that there was a God, He could never kill blameless individuals, consequently there is no God. He was hoping to stump Christian’s that may not have a clue about their book of scriptures well. I can’t help but confess, it is an extreme inquiry; that is, in the event that you don’t by and by know God.
Above all else, what is a guiltless individual? Is it somebody who hasn’t taken anything, or is it somebody who hasn’t killed anybody? Maybe somebody hasn’t overstepped any of our local area regulations like jay strolling? Also, who chooses if this is an honest individual? Is it our folks? Maybe it’s our everyday schedule? Clearly it’s a legal adjudicator sitting on that high lofty position with that spear in his grasp? And the heads of this country? (I really want to believe that you expressed no to this one). My companions, God Himself made and characterized what an honest individual is! Not one of us on this planet today or at whenever has been an honest individual! This is what the book of scriptures says regarding a guiltless individual:
“There is none honest, actually no, not one. (Rom. 3:10)
Blameless People Don’t Exist
At the point when we know God actually, we observe that there The days of Noah is positively no logical inconsistencies in His promise. To the non devotee, the above refrain will seem like the Bible is proclaiming we are horrendous individuals. As a matter of fact, we as a whole are….but just when we are contrasted with God. Contrasted with God, we are the lowliest, most awful, vainglorious, flawed creatures ever created…..who end up appreciating themselves. To the learned individual who knows God, the above book of scriptures refrain pronounces that regardless of how much good we can do, supporting an outing to God’s Kingdom is rarely enough. This is upheld in numerous other book of scriptures stanzas.
Be that as it may, we are as something messy, and all our honorableness are as dirty clothes; and we as a whole blur as a leaf; and our wrongdoings, similar to the breeze, have taken us away.(Isiah 64:6)
Each scriptural person you know in the holy book from Moses the whole way to Jesus’ natural mother Mary, were only foul clothes as per the Almighty God. Assuming God needs to kill one of His creation (or a large number of us besides) for His motivation, then, at that point, would we say we are to mark God a killer, or deny his reality? That would be equivalent to hit a craftsman a killer for destroying his drawings while he gets very near his completed work. I”m surely not saying that regardless of what we do, we will not satisfy God. We to be sure please God with our acts of kindness, nonetheless, these benevolent acts don’t make us guiltless.