By Jayden Raine
Ultimately, a concise advisor to the most typical and simple arguments opposed to Christians and the Bible and of their many types. Apologists, atheists, agnostics, pagans, and witches, do this booklet if you'd like to enhance your common sense and research the reality.
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E) Why does the Bible denounce taking advantage of people, which includes the poor, orphans, widows, the needy, slaves, women, children, the blind, and even the rich. And why does it denounce showing partiality to anyone? Why does it call for people who do such things to be punished by God or even executed in some cases if someone dies as a result? And why does it command acts of kindness which will not gain a person wealth or fame right away necessarily? Consider the following laws from Exodus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy for example: 45 "At the end of every seven years you shall grant a release.
This prophecy came true, but atheists claim it hasn't and say that a nearby city was built on the island where Tyre was. But as atheists themselves say, the city is nearby and not at the location where Tyre once was. Furthermore, Tyre and its culture was completely destroyed, so building a city with a different name over the location of Tyre and having it inhabited by people of a different culture would not make it the same city as Tyre anymore than if the United States would still be the United States if it was completely destroyed and a foreign nation made over it.
A) See argument 40 and the responses to it. 56) God lets evil happen when he can prevent it, therefore God is evil and should not be obeyed. a) God is not obligated to prevent evil from happening. b) God is not a man, and doesn't think like one, he lets evil happen to glorify himself by punishing those who do evil and to teach those who do evil that he saves from destruction how awful sin is and how thankful they should be to him for him saving them. 51 c) God not only saves those he forgives but even those he hates from all kinds of harm and often spares them from storing up greater punishment on the Day of Judgment by killing them early in their life.