Meet Two Most Evil People In The Bible

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The Bible reveals God’s  works of creation, provision, judgment, deliverance, his covenant, and his promises. The Bible sees what happens to humankind in the light of God’s nature, righteousness, faithfulness, mercy, and love.

The Bible also centres on the one and only God, the Creator of all that exists. God’s will and purpose are viewed as just, loving, and ultimately prevailing. The Hebrew Bible starts with an account of God’s creation of the world, and it tells the story of the Israelites and the Promised Land. The New Testament deals with the life, the person, and the teachings of Jesus and the formation of the Christian church.

However in this same Bible there are some evil characters who killed with impunity. I will list out 2 of them and their deeds below:

1.) Jezebel

She was a Phoenician princess who was married to a Jewish king. She was not just a whore but she was a very murderous person.

Being a worshipper of Baal, she was determined to convert her Nation-by-marriage to the same religion, in which she did not only sacrifice babies on the alter to appease her gods but she also killed many Jewish Prophets.

However, in all her evil deeds, her life came to an end when three Eunuchs cast her from a window whereupon she was trampled to death by horses and eventually eaten by dogs, leaving behind her only her feet, skull, and hands.

2.) Herod

Herod the Great was a famous King from the time of Christ. He was a Jewish ruler who governed Judea.

Now, this man should be number one because he is well know for killing innocent children. You can imagine a King who because he did not want a replacement , all the babies born in a city over the previous two years.

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Herod heard of the birth of Christ and, wanting to prevent a replacement king, ordered the murder of all newborns in the village of Bethlehem (the place of Christ’s birth).

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