Reactions to Canaanite Genocide No.2

An Article in our Ongoing Series:
Canaanite Genocide.
Moral Problems with the Bible

22 December 2011, 26 Keslev 5772
1. Cecil Davis: God Knows What He is Doing and What He Tells Us to Do!
2. Alexander Zephyr:  Why Does it Say, Ham is the Father of Canaan?
Addition to Article.
3. Katrina: Canaanites of Mixed Blood, from Fallen Angels!
Brit-Am Reply and Refutation.


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1. Cecil Davis: God Knows What He is Doing and What He Tells Us to Do!

Dear Yair,

Regarding the person questioning the Ways of God.
Using King James Bible, Isaiah 55:8, "For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the Lord".
Isaiah 40:28, "--the everlasting God, the Lord, the Creator of the ends of the earth--there is no searching of his understanding".

God demanded that the Israelites wipe out the entire enemy when they entered the Promise Land and only God knows who the enemy are: Joshua 6:21, "And they utterly destroyed all that was in the city, both man and woman, young and old, and ox, and sheep, and ass, with the edge of the sword". Psalm 21:8, "Thine hand shall find out all thine enemies: thy right hand shall find out those that hate thee". Verse 10, "Their fruit shalt thou destroy from the earth, and their seed from among the children of men".

Deuteronomy 7:2, "And when the Lord thy God shall deliver them before thee; thou salt smite them, them and utterly destroy them; thou shalt make no covenant with them, nor, show mercy unto them". Verse 3, "Neither shalt thou make marriages with them;--". Verse 4, "For they will turn away thy sons from following me, that they may serve other gods--".

I have noticed that all areas where God commanded the Israelites to kill everyone, and the Israelites didn't, are where our Islamic enemies live and are killing Israelis today. Gaza where they continue to receive smuggled war equipment from Egypt supplied by Iran through Syria. Lower Lebanon where Hezbollah has thousands of missiles (also supplied by Iran and Syria) that can strike any part of Israel plus other areas in the so-called "Palestinian West Bank".

God did not command all the Nations in the Promised Land to be killed, but the ones spared were to be conquered and controlled.

Everything God has done, is doing and will do cannot be compared to or judged by our so-called "Political correctness" and finite thinking. We are living in a world gone mad where good is called evil and evil called good.

Regardless of what we are taught or think; God created us, He will judge us and there is nothing that we can do to prevent it.

I don't just believe the Bible is God's written word, I know it is true and that God is Holy, Righteous, cannot sin and Perfect in all His judgments.

Who am I that I should even consider questioning Almighty God the Great I AM. He is the Creator of all there is, without Him I am nothing.
I cannot judge the intent of another man's heart regarding what he does or does not do; how could I possible try and judge what our Holy, sinless God has done or will do?

Your friend, Cecil

2. Alexander Zephyr:  Why Does it Say, Ham is the Father of Canaan?
Addition to Article
by Alexander Zephyr

Hello Yair,
Here is a little insert-addition to yesterday's article. It goes after the words: . meet their enemies and rulers of the House of Israel and fulfill the prophesy(Genesis9:25); and before: Some theologians think...

Why would Moses specify in Genesis 9:18 that "Ham was the father of the baby Canaan"?

#The sons of Noah who came out of the ark were Shem, Ham and Japheth. Ham was the father of Canaan#

Seems, it was a need to tell the readers of the Bible who the father of this boy was. Of course, if Scripture told us that the mother of Canaan was Ham's wife, we would not have cause to speculate. We would be satisfied with the information provided. Actually, if this was the case, there was no need to say "Ham is the Father of Canaan". It would have been naturally understood. Besides, Ham had the others sons born before Canaan: Cush, Mizraim and Put.

What so special about the youngest, to point out specifically the name Canaan?

No other babies born after the Flood had such an issue as with Canaan. Concerning Shem and Japheth it was not said at all at this moment whose sons fathers they were. Moses had dealt with genealogy of Shem, Ham and Japheth in another place, Chapter 10 of Genesis. It is also have to be pointed out that verse 18 we are discussing is preceding the main story of the tragic events which resulted in "curse of Canaan" (Genesis 9:21-25). We think that Moses had a reason to clear this issue with the newly born boy because it had become evident for Noah family who the mother of this boy was.
Alexander Zephyr.

3. Katrina: Canaanites of Mixed Blood, from Fallen Angels!

Shalom Yair,
I am responding to the Canaanite issue. It has been my Understanding from studying and hearing preaching upon this issue That the Canaanites had mixed blood. They were descended from The giants who were the offspring of fallen angels and human women. This was a mixture that was against one of God's words in the beginning that the seeds of different races, breeds should not mix. I believe that this is why the Lord sent the flood was to wipe away this mixture of angelic and human seed. However, after the flood, there were still giants in the land, meaning that the mixture was once again brought upon the earth. The Lord commanded the Israelites to kill the Canaanites but if you read closely, many of the tribes allowed these people to remain among them. Thus, we have that mixture of seed to this day.

Brit-Am Reply and Refutation:
Your letter sounds like a doctrine that is popular amongst certain Christian fringe groups. I do not know where these ideas originated. They may (or may not) have non-Biblical Jewish sources.
Nevertheless they are incorrect. It is not true.
It is against the Bible.
This is a doctrine now exploited by Racialist elements.
In many cases they have an anti-Biblical, anti-Israelite, and anti-Jewish agenda.
You do not need  them.
Stay close to the Bible all the time.
This is what Brit-Am tries to do despite appearances.
Brit-Am believes in the Bible.
We only accept extraneous opinions when they are in accordance with the Bible.

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