Many times I've seen on Catholic websites that if God forbids the making of images, as protestants say, than how can He 'turn around' and have images made on the Ark of covenant? These websites say that God won't contradict himself, therefore making images is fine. But God also forbade killing, and yet had whole populations killed. So clearly He will 'contradict' Himself (make exceptions to the rules). He is the giver of these rules.
But if God allowed killing, than does that mean we can kill? Clearly not. But I feel like this follows the same logic as the 'images' argument, so I can possibly say that killing is fine.
How can they have websites sans images; websites for the blind?
They can't even type without "images".
Since when does God forbid killing? Seems a bit "unfair" to command true impossibilities.
This "contradictory god" isn't God, which only follows the more into heresy and/or infidelity one is mired.
This "god" is more descriptive of Allah, and "The gods of the pagans are devils".
I'd be willing to bet these heretics would be much less "rigorous" if you brought up, for example, what scripture says about marriage.