Isaiah – Chapter 47: The Fall of Babylon

God is a killer. We know that. But now Babylon is about to fall to warn us all to never, ever cross the jealous, angry god of the Bible.

“Your nakedness will be exposed and your shame uncovered.” – Isaiah 47:3

The Bible continues to shame women by comparing naked women to towns and groups of people God is about to destroy. 

“I was angry with my people and desecrated my inheritance; I gave them into your hand, and you showed them no mercy.” – Isaiah 47:6

God is to blame here. He’s the one who never shows himself and he’s the one who brought evil into this world. 

“Both of these will overtake you in a moment, on a single day: loss of children and widowhood.” – Isaiah 47:9

And to punish you, God is going to punish others by killing your spouse and children because nothing says God loves you more than God killing children.

God, the murderer and rapist. God, the god that Christians love to worship. Sigh.

Coming Soon: Isaiah – Chapter 48: Stubborn Israel

One thought on “Isaiah – Chapter 47: The Fall of Babylon

  1. The technique of playing on the real or imagined fear of your target can be a strong motivator for sure. However, it’s a profoundly dismal failure, when the target thinks you’re spouting gibberish Gobley gooP. Just say’n

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