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with a God who’s intention was to have his people starved, tortured, crucified and slaughtered as punishment.

Don’t think I would say it was his intention.

To be fair God set established this punishment for their unfaithfulness and lack of willingness to repent.  He provided a way out; the narrow road.  I see it no different than me telling my daughters that if they continue down a certain road it will end in some form of punishment.  It doesn’t make me a bad or unloving father for bringing about the punishment if they don’t turn from whatever course they were traveling.  Not sure why that would make anyone squirm, but maybe I don’t get it because I’m not a progressive type; although I don’t see myself as being anywhere near the Reformed type either.

- Rich

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