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What are the ways that Abrahamic religions require human sacrifice? Read the question
carefully & give analytical answers please. Religions of long ago require human sacrifice of some kind. People think that such practices are non-existent. However, modern Abrahamic religions do require human sacrifice of one kind or another.
The problem with that is man has created their own religious beliefs, Jesus never gave a sacrifice , he was perfect. But he provided a sacrifice that was more valuble then Gold , silver , precious stones , currancy, or animal.
Himself. The first born of his Father.
If you had a dreaded disease and you needed a cure and it was no cure how sad of the ending,
But someone created the antidote that would cure ,
A price would have to be paid to save lives .
To recieve it.
This is our case what ever is our sickness, mental, physical, or even death the cure was provided by Jehovah through his Son Jesus.
We do not need sacrifices of animals or humans to be forgiven for our sins.
Jesus paid once and for all.
If people are doing this then they are voiding out their gift of forgiveness based on the fact that Jesus already paid for our errors.
Not just ours but for the whole world.
But it is only valid if you admit you need his cure. And are appreciative of the provision it took to make the cure.
All who do will recieve the cures after the earth is cleaned up .
In Christianity and Judaism, the only human sacrifice was Jesus. For some reason God required blood as an atonement of sin. I'm guessing blood is more powerful because it sustains life. The only other religions that required human sacrifice were demon based, like false gods Bael and Molech. Hard-core Satanism has human sacrifice, because Satan always requires a dead sacrifice. He wants to be like God and mimics Him. It is important to note that Jesus was a living sacrifice, as He was raised from the dead.
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