BibleStudyTools.com: Does God condone genocide in the Book of Joshua?-Leonard Liu



  • 2013-03-22T21:50:38

And repentance only comes through turning to him, we are all guilty of sin, yet those who turn to him have been pardoned because of love and because of us being his children. We will all face him when the time comes and that's when his just judgement will come.

  • 2013-03-22T21:45:58

And he did not end a nation because they were non-christians he did it because of their evil ways because he is just.

  • 2013-03-22T21:42:03

his ways are not our ways my friend, the only way to understand God and his ways are to get closer to him. The very fact he gave his son in pain and with the weight of sin (remorse, pain, regret) on his shoulders while being crucified to save us shows how loving and merciful he is. And the very fe the canaanites 400 years to repent from their evil ways of beastiality, child sacrifice, etc. Shows he's fair and just and gives us time to repent.

  • 2012-12-10T10:49:46

So in short the answer is yes, god condones the genocide of none Christians. But he is somehow merciful because he gives people a chance to convert before they are slaughter. I think we have different definitions of merciful.

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