Obey me or perish in hellfire…and I love you.

It freaks the fuck out of me whenever you hear this kind of “obey God’s word” rhetoric, especially when the audience is so young, and the consequences of disobedience are so severe. I mean, an ETERNITY of hellfire? What kind of sick fuck torments someone forever? The world may be a cruel place, but at least when you die, the suffering ends. Only the sick and twisted mind of man could come up with such a vile idea as eternal torture…

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    BumbleBee

    this seems designed to cover up child abuse. “Obey someone who loves you?” Really? How much of a step is that to “I’m doing this because I love you!” and “If you love me, you won’t tell anyone.”

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    Ross

    Big Lovely Cuddlesome Brother is watching you!

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    Goldenarms

    did you see the way he was touching the parrot?

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    Nick

    This guy looks a bit like a bad guy from Buffy series 3 (episode 1) who lured homeless kids into another dimension and made them work until they died of old age.

    Kind of scary the number of times the word “obey” is repeated.

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    L.Long

    Actually if read the buyBull not from the view that g0d is love, but rather g0d is a tyrant who demands OBEY or ELSE, the stories start to make sense. They are stories written to install fear and obedience of g0d.

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    Darren Taggart

    Dirty parrot fucker. He’s even trying to impress it by repeating the same word over and over again!

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    Brandon

    Where in this video (or the Bible) does it say “Obey or I will send you to hell?”

    This is the biggest misunderstanding of Christianity. Christianity is the only religion where obedience and behavior has nothing to do with an afterlife.

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    L.Long

    OK Branon…
    The OT does not say obey or go to Hell.
    But the text where g0d says somethin’ it usual turns out to be ‘OBEY or ELSE’ the ELSE part is very variable and somewhat creative (i.e. boils on your balls or hemorrhoids, etc).
    The NT says ‘accept me’ or ‘go to hell’.

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    Brandon

    Long, “Accept me” and “obey me” are vastly different.

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    OttawaAnon

    When the “Accept me” is followed by “as the supreme ruler of everything” it is no different then “Obey me”

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    Finn

    A cartoon parrot speaking for god…hrmph.

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    Brandon

    “When the “Accept me” is followed by “as the supreme ruler of everything” it is no different then “Obey me”” -OttawaAnon

    Of course He wants us to obey Him. However, obeying Him doesn’t mean you get into heaven.

    The Bible says you need to “Believe/trust/place confidence in Him” to get to heaven and it has nothing to do with obedience or works.

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