My Case Against Bible

Is the Biblical God “good and perfect”? Did God give human beings “perfect” laws to obey?
Did this “unchanging” and “in control” God stand by and honor His own laws?

Let’s put to the test one of God’s Bible-documented perfect laws:

Deuteronomy 24:16 Fathers shall not be put to death for their children, nor children for their fathers; only for his own guilt shall a man be put to death.

In my value system, this law does seem just and fair. How about you?

Jeremiah 31:30 … through his own fault only shall anyone die…

This also seems just and fair.

Ezekiel 18:20 Only the one who sins will die. The son shall not be charged with the sins of the father, nor shall the father be charged with the guilt of the son.

Good job, God. I agree that these laws are just and fair.

But, does the Biblical God truly prove to be just and fair? Does God truly stand by and honor His own documented Bible laws?


Exodus 20:5 & Numbers 14:18 & Deuteronomy 5:9 all document that God said: I am a jealous God inflicting punishment on the children for generations for their father’s wickedness…

Exodus 34:7 The sins of the father will be punished upon his future children and grandchildren to the 3rd and 4th generation for their father’s wickedness.

What? Well, this disgusting Bible cannot be much clearer or understood. In my sense of right and wrong, this law is not just and fair.

Reader, do you dare to take a stand on this law being just and fair?

Has anyone noticed that by observing these selected Bible verses, the Bible clearly contradicted itself? Can anyone refute, with integrity, that within these Bible verses lies contradiction? God’s “perfect” law is perfectly contradicted by God’s own perfect, flawless, God-inspired Bible. It becomes obvious that one must believe because one cannot know the inconsistent and contradictory will of the Biblical God. An astute, honest, questioning thinker may conclude that this inconsistent God character is fictional and that the Bible consists mostly of mythical and supernatural hoaxes.

May be that’s the reason why we read in Luke and Deuteronomy asking us not to test God. So that people can be easily fooled and deceived by Bible writers.

Luke 4:12
Jesus answered, “It is said: ‘Do not put the Lord your God to the test.'”
Also see Matthew 4:7 and Deut 6:16 !!!