Talk:Genghis Khan - Wikiquote

I am the punishment of God.If you had not commited great sins, god would not have sent a punishment like me upon you. (Alternative translation) It is the great among you who have committed these sins. If you had not committed great sins, god would not have set a punishment ……

Rethinking the Punishment of God

Punishment is not something God inflicts upon people, but is a natural consequence of choosing to serve sin and self rather than God. That is the way I understand these sorts of texts. God has given humans genuine freedom, so much so that if they choose to reject Him, He honors their choice, including the painful consequences (for them AND for Him) that their choice entails.…

What are the "sins" that Gengis Khan is referring to in ...

If you ask me what proof I have for these words, I say it is because I am the punishment of God. If you had not committed great sins, God would not have sent a punishment like me upon you. The sins were, ostentatiously, the murder of his caravan a year earlier, and the punishment, on top of all the bloodshed and enslavement commitment, was all the money of the wealthy men thus summoned.…