Originally posted by scottishinnz
I checked out a couple of their quotes, and they were accurate.
Scott, Scott, Scott.
"1. Which of the following delicacies did people of the Bible dine on?
A. Their own excrement.
B. Their own urine.
C. A and B.
D. None of the above."
Do you think the people who put the site together were intending for the reader to assume the "people of the Bible" is meant to be God's children? I'm gonna guess: yes, they were.
“But Rabshakeh said, Hath my master sent me to thy master and to thee to speak these words? hath he not sent me to the men that sit upon the wall, that they may eat their own dung, and drink their own piss with you” (Isaiah 36:12)?
Who is Rabshakeh? Was he there on behalf of the king of Assyria to encourage the Jews, or was he there to insult them?
"2. Did God order His followers to make their bread with excrement?
A. Of course not. God knows that dough stuffed with doodie won’t rise.
B. Yes, but only animal crap.
C. God preferred they bake it with human feces, but when they complained, He
allowed them to substitute cow patties.
D. Use of excrement was optional."
Who was God speaking to here? All of Israel or just Ezekiel? And why would He command Ezekiel to do such a detestable act? The folks at the site want the reader to think it was business as usual, but just the opposite is true. Because Ezekiel protested to God regarding his personal efforts in maintining purity since birth, God allowed Ezekiel to use animal dung instead.
But the point was that Ezekiel was to execute several acts in the presence of the Jews, ranging from peculiar to detestable, in order to get their attention regarding their own actions before God.
Shall I continue?