It's clear Moses' "divine" law isn't divine because nobody ever gets struck dead by the "all-powerful" Yahweh for violating it. So should we just ban that so we stop blaspheming whatever deities might exist?
By "ban it" I mean make it an artifact and not teach it as the word of God.
Most Helpful Girl
you are thinking too much. That's why you'll stay as dumb as you are now. What do you think does it mean? literally what it says? think a bit further and you'll get it, it won't make any difference whether it gets banned or not because people will believe what they want to believe, you're just fed up with the bible and want to take you anger out0
Most Helpful Guy
I'm not religious, but I think you'll like my answer.
In the Bible, the laws of the OT are supposed to be null and void ever since Jesus' death on the cross. Christians are not to live their lives under The Old Testament Law or else they are 'cursed'. Galatians 3:10. You can refer to some more verses here that detail how the OT is not to be and cannot be followed by modern Christians who also 'walk with the spirit': Galatians 3:13, Galatians 5:1 & 5:18.
You are right, it should not be taught in the sense that it is the word of Yahweh, as according to one of the verses I provided, following and making others follow the old law are nullifying the cross of Christ and denying his death on the cross - effectively burdening people "again by the yoke of slavery".0