There were two types of sowing in the ancient world. The first method, by far the most accurate, was to scatter the seeds by hand, placing them with an almost surgical precision in the most fertile soil. The other (less efficient) method of sowing was done by cattle. They would take a sack full of seed and put holes in it so that when the animal moved the seed would be scattered. This, of course, would make a terrible mess and get seed all over the place. Some might end up where you wanted it, but a ton would get wasted.
Clearly, any responsible farmer would choose the first option if possible. But God isn’t a responsible farmer. He could . . . Read All