New Video – Infanticide in the Bible – Refuting Christian Apologists


The Quran and Bible Blog

In this video, a refutation of Christian excuses, such as the one given by Erasmus/Iggy, for Biblical genocide is provided.

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  1. I don’t remember offering any excuses or explanations.

    That was all coming from your side, e.g. the need for trials, Allah not capable of creating a more perfect world. etc.

    Is that the best you can do to explain the existence of perpetual infanticide in Allah’s creation order?

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    • 🤣 Thank you for lying. I know you need damage control. You deflected to the natural deaths argument as an excuse for your god’s barbarity. The other argument is that “they had 400 years to repent” so it’s okay if your god ordered their extermination. Christian are so stupid.

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    • @Erasmus

      So since this has come up again i’m going post the relevant portion of a past comment I made.-

      -That being said Allah(S.W.T) sends tribulations to innocents in this life for different reasons as laid out in scripture. And those innocents will have their reward in the hereafter. The creator has rights over his creation that the creation does not have.

      Now someone might ask “then whats the problem with God ordering soldiers to kill infants and children?” There is a distinct difference between God, his angels, and his prophets doing something on the one hand and his followers, the laypeople doing something on the other hand. For more detail see here

      https://thedebateinitiative.com/2012/12/10/killing-babies-for-who-allah-or-yahwehjesus-a-response-to-anthony-rogers-video-killing-babies-for-allah-and-his-allegation-that-the-quran-174-7-is-directly/

      the tldr from the link is these quotes

      “In order to carry out a divine commandment to kill a human baby, one must either be a complete saint, or the very opposite—an unbalanced, mentally unstable person whose soul is given to evil inclinations.”

      And

      “For the same God to make such demands of laypeople would be unjust, however, because it is indeed a burden greater than we can bear.”

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