Keith posted:ksazma posted:
Maybe you didn't say that Isaac was Abraham's only son. What I initially stated was that when your Bible stated that Isaac was Abraham's only son, either the writer was confused or God was. All books can't be fair play when all books weren't introduced. You began with the Bible and so far only you is desparately seeking to add other books. Deal with the one you started with. I have no interest in going beyond that.
Here answer your own questions, was Ishmael present when God spoke to Abraham saying, "...take thy only son..". YES/NO!?
Why you running from answering the question? But what can we expect from you never a straight answer or start another subject.
Any book that can back up my factual statement I will used, grow up dude.
I have responded to your question many times but for some strange reason you think it is a smart question. In fact it is a stupid question. Once again. A person does not cease being someone's child if they are not in the same room. If you believe they do and if your God share that opinion, then that God is highly confused.