The Spiritual Atheist

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  1. Mr. Earl, I just finished reading “Bible Stories Your Parents……..” – and I fall into the category you referred to as IGNORANT – Your book is amazing. I want to share an email I sent to my Fundamentalist Christian niece, after reading your book:
    “Also want to share that I have been reading and studying the Bible in more detail the last few months and I have some questions. I know that you and Kraft are students of the Bible and have taken and probably given many Bible studies. I hope you can help me.
    Remember when in one of our discussions at the beach, I asked you if you had read Neale Donald Walsh’s “Conversations with God”. He claims that he and God have been having a conversation for some time. You were very skeptical, as well you, and I, should be. How could we ever verify that Mr. Walsh was indeed talking with God?
    In reading the Bible, I am wondering if you had lived 3,500 years ago and Moses claimed to have ‘conversations with God’ would you have been equally skeptical? Moses claimed that God instructed his people “to kill every man, woman, child, baby, even unborn babies – stabbing them to death until they are all dead, leaving no human being that breathes alive” Would you have questioned Moses or would you have obediently carried out these horrifying orders of genocide in city after city. Was there no one who might have asked Moses if maybe he heard the voice of the Devil rather than the voice of a loving God? I’d like to think that if you were alive at that time that you would have had the courage to ask and questions such violence.
    Of course, if someone today made that claim we would ALL be horrified – BUT…… we do have groups making the same claim – (Isis/Taliban). God told Mohammed to instruct the people to “kill the infidels” (non-Muslims). This is exactly what God told Moses to do – tell the people – “kill all those who don’t worship me”
    My question is: Why do we praise the Bible’s account of Moses instructing the people to follow God’s order to kill – but hate those who read the instructions given to Mohammed by God as written in the Koran. These folks are just doing what God has commanded them to do – kill – which is good – not bad, right? To my way of thinking ALL these folks are sick!
    I need help here and hope that you can point out where my thinking is wrong.”

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