8 thoughts on “Watch “Cooking with Yahweh” on YouTube

  1. Atlas

    Unbelieveble that there is such stuff in the bible! I mean can you imagine there being hadiths about Allah ordering the Prophet to do what Ezekiel allegedly was ordered? Astafherlah!
    Sick!!!!
    And these man worshipers have the AUDACITY to say anything about the Prophet (saw) when there is SUCH DISGUSTING filth in their book. Woow, just wooow!!!!!

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  2. stewjo004

    The part that is confusing me (because I HAD to look up what the heck the context to this was) is the following:

    “Ezekiel is a prophet during the last days of Jerusalem before the Babylonians destroyed the city and the temple in 586 BCE,”

    Alright

    “God [is] sending Ezekiel out into the plain ― into a wilderness beyond the city ― and gives to him a series of directions that Ezekiel is supposed to enact.” Prophets make prophecies and perform prophetic acts, and Yarbrough says that both of those in Ezekiel are related to “the coming doom of Jerusalem.”

    “Ezekiel also has to “lie on his side for a long period of time.” Why? To mimic what it’ll be like when he’s under siege! And here’s where the bread comes in: “This [bread with wheat and barley, beans and lentils, millet and spelt] is the food one eats in times of famine, or in this case, times of being besieged. Not only that, but there will be cannibalism in the city. It’s a bad time,” said Yarbrough. That’s an understatement, professor!

    Agreed.

    So is this bread you eat in a siege meant to taste good? “This is real bread, but it’s not good bread,” Yarbrough told HuffPost. “There’s not enough of any one [type of] flour to make it, so they’re making bread with whatever they can get a hold of. That’s what these grains are.” The good bread for the rich is made with “choice flour, oil and honey,” according to Yarbrough. But obviously you don’t have time for that bread during a siege. Even worse, Ezekiel is told he’ll have to bake this bread with, umm, human excrement.

    Uhhh why? But anyway here’s the kicker

    In Ezekiel 4:12, he is commanded to “eat the food as you would a loaf of barley bread; bake it in the sight of the people, using human excrement for fuel.” But why?! “Because it’s representative of the fact that you don’t have cattle,” Yarbrough explained. “You don’t have camels around because of the siege. Human excrement is all you’ve got to build fires with. That’s how devastated the city is going to be during the siege by the Babylonians.” Don’t worry, in Ezekiel 4:15, God says the prophet can “bake it over cow dung instead.”

    Soooo… if it was supposed to represent how much the situation sucks and the lack of cattle then why am I allowed to do it over cow dung then? There was CLEARLY enough cattle. So why the unnecessary dramatic effect?

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    1. mr.heathcliff

      2 You shall eat it as a barley-cake, baking it in their sight on human dung. 13 The Lord said, “Thus shall the people of Israel eat their bread, unclean, among the nations to which I will drive them.”

      is there any evidence that the “on” is really a “with” i.e bake it with shit?

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