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Would you kill your child for your faith?
In the bible, Abraham was willing to kill his son for the love of god. Do you believe in todays time we would do the same? If not explain why? And what does it say about humans of 2015?
If so? What does it say about the bible days and now?
Any "God" that would ask me to kill my child is not a "God" that I want to follow.
No. I wouldn't harm a hair on my child's head for any reason whatsoever. The fact the god of Abraham asked him to do such a thing goes a long way to explaining why I am not Jewish.
My Lord God is Jesus Christ. He does not ask me to kill, to rape, to salt the earth, and a whole host of other things I just can't get behind. Jesus wants me to love. That I can do.
Absolutely not. I would not kill anyone for any faith. If my religion required me to kill people, I would abandon that church.
If your so called "faith" requires you to kill your child, then there is something seriously wrong with you and your faith. That should say something about Abraham...
Why in the world would you listen to anything the OT says in the first place. Jesus is who Christians are supposed to follow so what does Jesus say.
That isn't faith but a psychotic adherence to a religion. There are religious fanatics who would be deemed to have varying degrees of mental illness who abscond logic and any sort of intelligent reasoning in terms to "adherence" to a religious faith. Also, such a person would be deemed psychopath as no normal person would ever think of harming a child, let alone THEIR OWN child.
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