Ark I :
" ..God has never told a man or woman to kill their child, not as a test of faith or anything else. Haile Selassie I is the God of the living, not the dead. There are some people, even in these times, who kill their children and say God told them, but that wicked instruction came from their own mind, not God."
InI do believe Jah did ask Abraham to sacrifice his son. I believe it was not done as a test of faith, so much as it was a prophecy of Jah sending his own son as a living sacrafice.
And Abraham said, My son, God will provide himself a lamb for a burnt offering: so they went both of them together.
That prophecy was fulfilled when Jah provided son Yahshewa as the lamb of glory to establish kingdom of Jah.
"And you have people in old times and today that gather people to attack and kill others, and say God told them, but that wickedness is from their own mind, not God."
Amen, all through history.
As for the passage of Paul and men's hair, it was not a statement, it was a question. Male lion has long hair compared to female lion. Until I realized Yashewa was black with locks, I couldn't overstand that passage either, but now, I see the question, "If a man has long hair, is it a shame to him?" Of course not, look to the lion of Judah.