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The Hebrew God part of a monotheistic religion had human qualities for he was demanding yet compassionate towards his people and His characteristics allowed the Hebrew religion to continue on through time Thats one of the peculiar things about the Hebrew religion Why did their religion maintain its practice among people and other religions simply faded away The Hebrew God has very distinct characteristics and also has a way of balancing out His peoples punishments and rewards One is left to wonder while researching if the Hebrews were not the people to be created by their God but their God to be created by themselves The bible survived through time for a very simple reason After the Romans took over Greece the already monotheistic England conquered the Roman Empire leaving England to be one of the few powerful areas in that time The men who contributed to the completion of the bible each story in itself had supposedly experienced each tale they told To them the bible was some form of a journal a place to write down interesting happenings throughout their lifetime Since stories were passed from generation to generation it is likely that the bible was not the only source of those events but also verbal ones must have been told as well Either that or one of Gods messengers or God himself sent a man a vision premonition or task in which he was obliged to believe and act upon None will know for sure if there was a specific reason why stories were put into the bible besides the obvious fact that they somehow included the presence or wisdom of their God If the bible was open to such dealings with the Hebrew God why were only a limited amount of stories written into the bible Surely not only those people mentioned in the Book were the only people to have had a connection with their God
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