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How can Go(o)d be so unkind... (Clue: It wasn't a Go(O)d that wrote the yarn and the agenda is usually written into the first paragraph)

The "real" original sin. In the beginning...


The vision concerning Judah and Jerusalem that Isaiah son of Amoz saw during the reigns of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz and Hezekiah, kings of Judah.

A Rebellious Nation

2 Hear me, you heavens! Listen, earth!
For the Lord has spoken:
“I reared children and brought them up,
but they have rebelled against me.
3 The ox knows its master,
the donkey its owner’s manger,
but Israel does not know,
my people do not understand.”

So Yahweh, he who sits atop a snow dome styled world after being promoted by Cyrus the Great, is miffed about some gentle shepherds from Judah. 

So he inflicts punishment on them by sending in the barbarian Assyrians and Babylonians to punish them. Yet he has hothing bad to say about the Barbaric behavior of the Barbarians cause they where just doing hid bidding. It had nothing at all to do with this empire behavior that we see all through history. 

Sounds like Go(o)d likes Barbarians and Empire builders because he doesn't say to much against those aholes and history is litered with them. 

I DON"T THINK SO .... Sounds more like a story made up to serve  an Emperor... ?

So while your Go(o)ds hating the Gentle shepherds of Judah he loves his good friend Cyrus the Great (big egotistical ahole) 

3 passages in ISAIAH paint Cyrus as such a sweatheart, this veracious empire builder. 

I DON'T THINK SO .... Sounds more like a story made up by the Emperor...

Remember the Samaritans. They actually said the Babylonians cooked the jewish religion books. Those Samaraitans were right.
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