God - all powerful loses against the iron chariots <Judges 1;19>
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Anonymous-418156471

3 years ago
  
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The "he", in Judges 1:19 is Judah, not God. Just as they feared the giants in the book of Numbers, they feared those with iron chariots, and just as God didn't help them fight the giant because they lost their faith in God because of their fear, God did not help the Jews because their lost their faith in God through fear. And that is why Judah could not drive out the inhabitants of the mountain.

Anonymous870708034

3 years ago
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@Anonymous-418156471 you don't read or understand very good. Judges 1;19 says that "God" was WITH Judah. Together, a team. Coach & players. THEY lost against the iron chariots. Duh. It does not say that God was AGAINST Judah, it does not say that Judah pushed God away. It does not say that Judah was alone.
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Anonymous272334359

3 years ago
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@Anonymous-418156471 Common claim: if people of God lose at something it is because they lost their faith. Alternative theory: They lost first then had a problem with their faith afterwards.

Anonymous870708034

3 years ago
  
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it says "God was WITH Judah" (not against him, did not run away from Judah, and Judah did not push God away.)

So yes, GOD lost the battle because he was WITH Judah.

Anonymous-1247694464

3 years ago
  
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Well, I'll be Goddammed ...but then again, if I'm lucky, he fails at that too.

Anonymous-549370708

one year ago
  
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Nowhere in the context of Judges 1:19 say that Judah and his army were afraid of the people in the valley with the iron chariots. Therefor Judah did not do anything wrong. "The Lord" just couldn't deal with superior tech. He's not omnipotent.
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