However, I don't REALLY understand:
What exactly was the problem?
If GOD thought that Cain should have known better:
"And the LORD God
said: 'Behold, the man is become as one of us, to know good and evil; and now,
lest he put forth his hand, and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and live
for ever. - Genesis 3:22 " meaning that he knew right from wrong, why
then did GOD later on feel the need to come forth with the 10 commandments?
Oh, and here's the kicker: one of these
commandments states: "Thou shall not kill!" yet neither the Jews, the
Moslems or any of the 5000 different sects of Christ followers has ever
officially obeyed it. (The very small vegetarian minority stayed out of
trouble by never stating that this is the cause of their vegetarianism.)
- So, as far as I can tell, GOD may
have said "Thou shall not kill!" at some point but didn't really mean
- Becuse, HE loved Abel's animal
offering right? (I think Abel had to kill it - or did I miss something?)
- Cain was no guiltier for killing
Abel, than Abel was for killing a sheep.
- GOD is not a vegetarian.
- When some minister or
preacher talks about lost sheep that should rejoin the flock,
just remember this:
- a. GOD loves the smell of
burning sheep/flesh - watch your ass.
- b. Not too long ago, the
CHURCH has indulged that appetite by burning hundreds of
thousands of my ancestors at the stake.