Why did God who is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow change so much from the Old Testament to the new?
Including religions and his opinions on moral issues such as divorce.
- JeaLv 73 months agoFavourite answer
They have to change god constantly, as more and more of their claims are debunked. Now that all their claims have proved wrong for so long, they have to change their god some more.
The christian god today is unrecognizable as the christian god of yesteryear.
And they will change the nature of their god as needed going forward. They've no choice.
- 3 months ago
Adam and Eve changed the whole situation, but did not change God, he just had to rearrange few things.
- AgProvLv 63 months ago
you kind of get the feeling God is a computer programmer beta-testing agames program...
v0.1: put humanity in a perfect garden
v0.2 - OK, the Satan Virus got in. Try again.
v0.3 Reboot. add subroutine Flood
v0.4; Introduce fresh Sims, the Children of Israel, and make them live by lots of arbitrary rules and rule patches
v0.5 that failed too. Add new player character, Jesus
v0.6 The Jesus thing goofed up as well. close down and start again from scratch
- keyjonaLv 73 months ago
Sons of God have always ruled as Lord: Lords ruled in old testament; The CHRIST IS LORD IN THE NEW TESTAMENT; NONE of them is GOD the Creator Father.
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- Anonymous3 months ago
According to Malachi 3:6 it says that Jehovah has not changed. With humans there laws constantly change but not Jehovah.
- PubliusLv 73 months ago
He didn't. Harsh people, harsh Law. Gentle people, gentle Gospel. He always has to do what is best for the greatest possible number of his children eternally. Even if it means that he has to use tough love at times.
- Ivanhoe1963Lv 73 months ago
What has He changed? On these two cases, He has not, especially divorce
- PaulLv 73 months ago
He didn't. The inaccurate perceptions of God held by Old Testament Jews were corrected when God Himself came to Earth and taught the Apostles the truth about Him.
- yesmarLv 73 months ago
He didn’t change, Israel’s warped image of him changed when Jesus put that image to death on the cross.Source(s): Jesus follower
- Den B7Lv 73 months ago
He became a baby daddy.
- Anonymous3 months ago
Because the NT was written by gentiles that didn't want to follow the Mosaic law.
In fact, at the time the gospels were written, there was conflict between the Jewish and gentile Christians. The gentiles considered themselves better than the Jewish ones, and this is evident in the gospels.