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Does God want to be known by what is recorded in the Bible?

Yes, God wants to understand His identity as it is revealed in the Holy Bible, and that is why God gave us the Old Testament and the New Testament.

The most serious problem that exists in Evangelical Chrisitan contexts in the United States, Canada, England, Australia, New Zealand, and other countries is that Evangelical Christians try to make God into what God is NOT.

For example, have you heard Evangelical Christians say that God loves “unconditionally”?

That is a lie.  God created Heaven and Hell, and the only way a person can go to Hell is by accepting Jesus Christ as LORD and Savior.  This is a condition to God’s love.

The Holy Bible clearly shows that God never loves unconditionally, but many Evangelical Christians are so FAR AWAY FROM THE HOLY BIBLE, that they project faulty identities to God the Father, who has shown us Who He Is in the Hoy Bible.

That is very unfortunate.

Respecting God the Father is respecting how God the Father revealed Himself to be in the Holy Bible.

Does God forbid the Death Penalty?

No.

The Holy Bible is clear that God demands the Death Penalty for crimes, such as homosexuality.

God’s justice is fair.  God is just.

It is important to submit to God’s Law.

It is important to humble oneself before the foot of the cross and the Word of God.

When believers do not submit to the Word of God and carry out the justice of God in the way that God demands, then God destroys those believers’ nation.

This is found in the prophecies of Jeremiah and Isaiah.

God has revealed Himself through the Bible.  This is how God wants to be known in the world.

God is fair.  God is just.

Do you think that a loving God would intentionally bring about great suffering of a people?

Just read the Bible.

Remember the flood of Noah?

And how about Sodom and Gomorrah?

Not only does God of the Holy Bible intentionally cause great suffering of people, God of the Holy Bible even brings about the death of many people.  Noah’s Days.  Sodom’s Days.   Clear proofs.

This was not just in the Old Testament.

In the New Testament, Jesus Christ (who is God!) clearly initiated great suffering and death of many people.

This is clear in the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD, which Jesus Christ promised in the Gospels to do.  God always keeps promises.

God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow.