The plague, livestock. Question

by James Mixon 11 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • James Mixon
    James Mixon

    Sorry if this have been covered. Exodus 9;6-7 and Exodus 9:19-25.

    Livestock killed twice by God?? Contradiction??

  • Divergent
    In the first instance, some livestock died but not all, as indicated in verse 10 where the remaining beasts were plagued with festering boils
  • JakeM2012
    Festering boils, not just boils. LOL Fester, Fester, I would like a cup of soup with my bowl of festering boils please.
  • James Mixon
    James Mixon

    So "all" doesn't always mean "all" in the Bible. Exodus 9:6 So all the

    livestock of Egypt died, the fifth plague. Sixth plague vs 10 "And

    they caused boils on men and beast".

    Poor beast or livestock, what the hell did they do. They always get

    the short end of the stick, just grazing in the pasture and zap boils.

    What does God have against animals.

  • James Mixon
    James Mixon

    I guarantee you if God had given the Egyptian men hemorrhoids

    as the same in 1 Samuel 5:9 there would be no need for 10 plagues.

    The people in Egypt would had showed them the door real fast.

    That will unhardened your heart real fast..LOL

  • smiddy

    Jehovah the God of witnesses and Christians , has never been a friend of animals or bird life.

    Abel slaughtered an animal as a sacrifice to Jehovah , and Jehovah was pleased .

    For the next four thousand years millions of animals and birds were slaughtered as sacrifices to appease the God of the Jews , Christians , Jehovah Witnesses ,


  • TheOldHippie
    If you check various translations and footnotes, you will se that "all" in Exodus 9:6 also is translated as "all sorts of". So all is not always all of a species, but a certain amount of all of the different species.

    Jeehoober especially hates modern domestic animals "false god/pets", who's care uses up money that should rightly go to protect pedophiles and make Caleb videos.

    No doubt, the Egyptians were taking care of their cats and lions, and failing to praise Jeehobo 24/7. He was perfectly within his rights to kill them all.


  • HowTheBibleWasCreated
    Two different authors... Exodus is a patchwork of stories...
  • James Mixon
    James Mixon

    Thanks all for the input. Just as I figured, Jeehoober have a thing against

    defenseless animals.

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