How God is treated in the Old Testaments and New Testaments
God controls the universe the subject the subject of understanding his nature is very broad. Understanding the nature of God is difficult because of the limitations of the human mind. Mankind can only understand certain aspects of God which He chooses to be understood. The Bible is believed to be a revelation of the nature of God to humanity. The bible is composed of the Old and New Testaments which both give accounts of God since creation.
Arguably, the Old Testament portrays a wrathful God while the New Testament presents a god who is subtly laid back. In essence, the God exposed in the Old Testament is the same God we read about in the New Testament. God has been the same since the beginning, He is one and he will never change. Due to the limitations of human beings, there are some aspects of the Old Testament that are beyond our understanding.
Debatably, God was different in the olden days compared to the New Testament God. In the Old Testament, God is depicted an insolent judge and punisher of evil people. Some passages in the Bible demonstrate the wrath of God upon mankind. God’s anger was revealed from the beginning of creation when he expelled Adam and eve from His Grace due to their disobedience. God in anger put a curse upon both Adam and eve which resulted to the present day hardships that man has to undergo. In the book of Genesis (19: 3), Gods anger is demonstrated as depicted in this passage:”… because we are going to destroy this place. The outcry to the LORD against its people is so great that He has sent us to destroy it”. God’s anger was divinely great such that He destroyed nations and people who sinned.
In the Old Testament, God made a covenant with Noah that He (God), would sent a raging flood to submerge all mankind because they had greatly angered Him. Clearly, God is depicted as extremely vengeful and one who punished sin with...