Episode 11: 2 Nephi 20-24

May 22, 2014

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Click to Listen: Episode 11: 2 Nephi 20-24

God is really pissed and so he decides to lay waste to just about everything in his path. Warning, this is a REALLY violent episode. God gets really creative about ways to slowly kill people. So, enjoy the gore!

“Drink” Count – 8

A little over 1 Beer

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6 Comments on “Episode 11: 2 Nephi 20-24”

  1. Duke of Earl Grey Says:

    I always thought the verse about the “precious” man was funny (mainly because I can’t hear the word “precious” without thinking of Gollum saying it), but I think this is the first time I understood it. From the context, it sounds like precious means rare, as in, man will be precious because so many people will have died, that humankind will be rarer than gold. Ick.

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  2. Andrea Says:

    ugh I thought I was your biggest fan! i btter step it up!

    So, they are called Israelites in the scriptures, not Israelis.

    Samaria was the first to be taken into captivity- supposedly because they didn’t purely practice the law of moses. really this is kind of like a redneck joke- they are basically saying those guys are so bad because they aren’t just like us.

    all this stem and root and branches business is about descendants and what they are going to do in the future– so Jesse was an ancestor of Jesus, so whenever you hear about the rod of jesse its a prophecy about Jesus. don’t forget, its both when Jesus was going to be born and also his second coming.

    these chapters are pretty awful and violent, aren’t they?

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  3. K Klem Says:

    Love all the smiting going on. Hard to believe that Jehovah and Jesus are the same dude. Don’t want to piss off Jehovah. The only way to piss off Jesus is to sell stuff in the temple. I feel like I’ve been mentally smitten after being dragged through these chapters. Thank God we’re almost past Isaiah.

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  4. BOM 4man Says:

    Great read! I love all the destruction mentioned. The satyr’s have a personal connection as this is one of the first issues I found after I realized that since god doesn’t exist there most likely exists issues in the word of “god”. Great work! I’m glad to see more light on this topic.

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  5. SD³ Says:

    I’m having a hard time imagining the sins and transgressions of the people God destroyed. What could they possibly have done anything worse than the things God Himself did to them? It would be helpful if Isaiah gave a few examples.

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