With a total of 66 books and thousands of years of history, people know most about the Bible and Christianity. However, along the lines of history, some facts get obscured or buried, yet still remain interesting. Below is a list of the Top 10 Bizarre Facts About The Bible and Christianity.
The good book is what they say about the Bible. It’s the book that most Christians seek for guidance and revered holy. What if you find out that slavery is not condemned in the Bible!
You can read all about it in Leviticus 25:44. It basically says that it’s ok to have slaves as long as they are from another country or if they have different beliefs. That’s one of the craziest foreign policy ever.
9) Vacation Mass Murder
Nowadays, traveling almost means a jolly good experience. For some, traveling is so fun that it goes to their personal travel blogs.
This could be all different if people were following the Bible to the letter. You can check Deuteronomy 13:12-15 to see what this article means.
Basically, it says that when you are in a different place and the people there have a different belief, you must kill all of them. All means spare no one.
This might be unthinkable, but hey, your personal travel blog will be far from boring!
Cheating is a very big issue for any people who are in a relationship. Good news, there is a set of rules on how to address cheating in the Bible. The bad news is, you won’t probably like it.
According to Leviticus 20:10, any man or woman that cheats are going to be put to death. Wait! That’s not the best part! The best part is, both the man and woman are put to death!
It’s already bad enough being cheated, now there’s death added to the package. That makes “Putting Salt On The Wound” quote an understatement.
7) Unruly Kids
Kids will always be kids. While kids are a bundle of joy, they can be a pain in the ass if they start misbehaving. Worry not, the Bible tells you exactly how to deal with misbehaving kids.
According to Leviticus 20:9, any misbehaving done by a son or daughter is considered as a capital offense. What’s the punishment? We’ll that’s the easy part – death, of course!
While the laws could easily produce properly behaved children, but one grocery tantrum may result to the death of your bundle of joy.
Being under siege from an invader is a serious business. Because of this, the Bible has a guideline on how you may tackle the situation in case you get hungry.
According to Deuteronomy 28:53, it basically says when you are in “dire straights” and you go hungry, you only need to hack out your children and eat them! That’s right, cannibalize your own kids! Think of it like this way, you do not have to worry about the pizza delivery guy getting late.