In the bible why did Moses tell his followers to kill the philistines? Were they bad people?
If I recall correctly It wasn't Moses who killed/ordered the slaying of Philistines but Samson and David-Yes,Philistines and Canaanites were evil idol worshippers that performed human sacrifices and other sins that were displeasing to God-they had to be removed in order for God to fulfill his promise to Israel as a chosen nation.
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