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Does God Commit Genocide in the Old Testament? | Questions You're Asking | Leviticus 18.20-26




The God of the Old Testament sounds pretty callous and vindictive in some places, doesn't he? How does that fit in with (his character) of grace and forgiveness? Understand what troubling passages, like those found in (Deuteronomy 7.1-2) and (1 Samuel 15.3), mean as (Pastor Keith Simon) continues our series on (Questions You're Asking).  Interested in more content like this? Listen to (Pastor Patrick Miller's) discussion on (Should Christians Tolerate Diversity?) and (Were the Gospels in Chronological Order?) from our last series on (Learning to Follow Jesus). Also, check out our sermon series on (God is I AM) for more insight into the character of God.  Like this content? Make sure to leave us a rating and share it with others, so others can find it too.  To learn more, visit our (website) and follow us on (Facebook), (Instagram), and (Twitter) @TheCrossingCOMO and @TenMinuteBibleTalks.   Outline 0:30 - (Should Christians Watch the Bachelor?) and Will You Ever Find the One? 1:00 - (Richard Dawkins) and the question: Does God commit genocide in the Old Testament? 2:45 - (Deuteronomy 7.1-2) and (1 Samuel 15.3) 4:20 - What did the author intend to communicate? 5:40 - (Deuteronomy 7.3) 7:10 - (Joshua 10.36-40) and (Judges 1) 9:30 - Genocide vs. (God's judgment ) 10:50 - (Genesis 15.16) and (Leviticus 18.20-26) 13:25 - Subscribe. Rate. Share.   Social Facebook: ( Instagram: ( Twitter: (   Passages Deuteronomy 7.1-2: ( 1 Samuel 15.3: ( Deuteronomy 7.3: ( Joshua 10.36-40: Support this podcast