‘The bible should be thrown away’ – Nigerian lady drags God on Twitter

Must Read

Aliko Dangote Reveals How Nigeria Can Overcome Coronavirus

Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote has opined that Nigeria could win the battle against Coronavirus pandemic if the government...

COVID 19: FG Releases Names Of Nigerians Who Died Abroad

The names of the Nigerians who died from Coronavirus complications abroad have been released by the Federal Government.Abike Dabiri-Erewa,...

COVID-19: Katsina Lifts Suspension Of Sunday Church Services

The Katsina state government has joined the growing list of states relaxing the suspension of church services.According to the...

Donations For COVID-19 Uncoordinated, Lawan Tells FG

Senate president, Ahmed Lawan has expressed his disappointment at how donations made towards the fight against the novel coronavirus...

COVID-19: Aisha Buhari Donates 1,000 Bags Of 10kg Rice To Edo

Nigeria's first lady, Mrs Aisha Buhari has extended her magnanimity to the people of Edo state by donating 1,000...

'The bible should be thrown away' - Nigerian lady drags God on Twitter

A Nigerian Twitter user by the name Okemzuroke has taken to Twitter to call God out for discriminating against disabled people.

According to Okemzuroke,

One day we’re going to talk about how God was discriminatory to people with disabilities. About how he banned people with eye defects, hunchbacks, crippled limbs, dwarfism, sores, wounded testicles – “disfigured” persons – from coming near his temple or making sacrifices to him.

Not stopping there, she continued saying;

About how people with eczema, ringworm, disfigured faces, fractured limbs or any defects whatsoever were not allowed near his altar lest they desecrate the sanctuary of God. One day, we’ll talk about this and many more, and it will be hot.

Okemzuroke also quoted a law from the Old Testament:

God: “If a priest’s daughter defiles herself by becoming a prostitute, she disgraces her father; she must be burned in the fire.”

She concluded by saying the bible should be thrown away.

So let us settle this once and for all: is the God if the Old Testament the same as that of the New Testament?

If yes, doesn’t that invalidate the claim that God never changes; that he is the same yesterday, today and forever?

If no, isn’t it time we threw the whole Bible away?

- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -