The lunatic Islamophobe madman, whom we have exposed on this blog previously, made a rather embarrassing blunder on BloggingTheology. On a post discussing Sharia law, madman attempted to criticize the Sharia by comparing it to the “law of Moses”. Apparently, we are supposed to regard madman as some sort of “expert” on both Sharia and the Mosaic law (his own pathetic blog is filled with rants about Sharia), but one particular comment he made exposed his ignorance with regard to the latter. Here is his comment:
“Amputation contradicts the law of Moses which never mandates cutting off limbs as reparation for a material loss.”
But anyone familiar with the Bible can immediately see the laughable ignorance of this ignoramus, for the Bible states in Deuteronomy 25:
“If two men are fighting and the wife of one of them comes to rescue her husband from his assailant, and she reaches out and seizes him by his private parts, you shall cut off her hand. Show her no pity.”
Clearly, according to the Bible, the Mosaic law does indeed mandate cutting of limbs, though here it is for a far more mundane reason than actual material loss. A woman can be punished with amputation simply for grabbing a man’s private parts in defense of her husband! So where madman get the idea that such punishments are not part of Biblical law? Clearly, he does not know the Bible as well as a Christian should!