If you mean why did God ask Abraham to sacrifice Isaac then the answer is that He was not angry with either of them. We don't know specifically from the Bible text why God asks Abraham to sacrifice his son… Full Answer
he wasn't... he wasnt the king of anything... he was a a Patriarch. Answer: Tradition teaches that God chose Abraham after Abraham chose God. Abraham was the first person to reject idolatry and its concomitant immorality. He taught people that… Full Answer
I believe it was Abraham. It was he that God called to leave his home and walk with God, becoming the first Hebrew. Abraham, Isaac and Jacob are frequently referred to as the patriarchs, and of course, Abraham was first.
The ethics within the binding of Isaac falls into theological voluntarism. This means that we are to take whatever is endorsed by god to be good such as when god asks Cain and Abel for tribute and the sacrifice of… Full Answer
Narnia is like the Bible because Aslan created all the land, just like God, and he asks people to do deeds for him, just like how God asked Noah, Abraham, Moses, Mary, ect. Also, Aslan died for Narnia and then… Full Answer
He was pleased for many reasons, but I believe the most memorable was when God told him to bring his only son Isaac to the top of the mountain to sacrifice him. Abraham was warring with himself if he should… Full Answer
God blessed Abraham (Genesis ch.12) because Abraham chose, of his own free-will and before he had had any prophecy, to proclaim the worship of God and the falsehood of idolatry. Abraham is the ancestor of the Jews.
Abraham was the ancestor of the Arabs, the Israelites, the Idumeans, and other peoples. However, only Isaac was considered Abraham's true successor (Genesis 17:21 and 21:12). Isaac fathered the people of Israel (through Jacob). See also: More about Abraham, Isaac… Full Answer
God chose Jesus to be the father of his people. He didn't chose Joseph because God is Jesus' true father, not Joseph. Mary is the mother of His people and Jesus and God are the father of all people. If… Full Answer
a) Abraham, and b) The Israelites. There are three covenants. Two which God made with Abraham (Genesis ch.15 and Genesis ch.17), and one with Abraham's Israelite descendants in the time of Moses after the Exodus. 1) In Genesis ch.15, the… Full Answer