Q&A: What’s God’s payment for sacrificing his son, the smell of blood, is that his reward?

Question by Edward: What’s God’s payment for sacrificing his son, the smell of blood, is that his reward?
And why a human blood sacrifice? Is this the currency he requires to clear out old debts with? How ridiculous is this?
Isn’t it also ridiculous that God is offering up a sacrifice to himself? Isn’t this like taking money out of one bank account, and instead of giving the money away, you pay it into another one of your accounts?

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Answer by Joshua
Don’t you see, heathen?! We are all steeped in sin from birth! Christ had to suffer for 6 hours to absolve our sins which otherwise damn us to an eternity of torment!

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7 thoughts on “Q&A: What’s God’s payment for sacrificing his son, the smell of blood, is that his reward?

  1. The “sacrifice” concept has caused much confusion among God’s children. No loving father , let alone a Divine Father would demand the sacrifice of His child.

  2. It was Jesus who paid the price of sin, to the Father. Jesus bore in His body the punishment sinners deserve so that repentant sinners could be spared.

    Pardon has to have a legal basis, and Jesus provided that legal basis for the Father to pardon repentant sinners. God never violates His own laws and His own perfect justice.

    A substitute is the ‘currency’ accepted. Jesus is the substitute but if you scoff the very idea, you will have no Advocate to plead your case before the throne of Judgement. Yet Jesus is willing to say, “I have already cleared this sinners’ debts” and the Judge will say, “Yes, you paid it in full. The accused has no case to answer. Case dismissed.” But if you would rather argue your case on your own merits, you are free to try that.

  3. Well according to his fan-fiction, god loves the smell of things, especially roasting flesh.
    It seems that in order to consider sparing humanity from his own wrath (at something their ancestors did) god needed a human blood sacrifice. Now that he has had this, he may let some sycophants survive when he slaughters everyone else. That is the ‘good news’ of the gospel!

  4. Gods payment is to have his son Glorified.
    With every man, woman, being, and child under him.
    He will have his own people who he can happily call his children and servants. Such as the children of light.
    All those who stand up against him shall be mocked and put down so low that when he walks he won’t even notice the difference in texture of his carpet.
    He shall be likened to a most powerful king.

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