In Leviticus 10, God uses capital punishment on two sons of the high priest for bringing strange fire before the Lord. Why did God deal with them so harshly? Considering the nature of the offense, was this a cruel and unusual punishment? How should we understand situations like this where God seems to break with His just and loving character?
From the series: The Hard Sayings of the Bible
Teaching Series by Stephen Meyer
Is the Bible really historically accurate? Do you really believe that what you believe is really real? Everyone asks these questions, but can students confidently and reasonably defend biblical beliefs—and the Bible itself—when peers or university professors challenge their worldview? … Learn More