Btw I unlike you have read the bible several times. I am well versed in the apologetic arguments regarding the iron chariots. Ahem. God stopped at the iron chariots because the Hebrews sinned right? That's what you were thinking yes?
Huge problem though. See the passage doesn't mention God not helping because they sinned not does it even say they sinned. It says he couldn't help them in the valley because the enemy had iron chariots, not because they sinned, not because one ate some shrimp, not because a soldier didn't say Oy Vey at the right moment just iron chariots. But wait it gets worse using that apologetic argument because if they sinned what was the point of helping them in the mountains?
See when you weave your apologetic lies and wild speculation you find yourself making excuses for God. If God was unable to express the iron chariots thing properly relying on others to clean up his mess, then he certainly isn't worth worshipping even if he existed.
<quoted text> So you expect God to write down every single thing he does when he can't even get you to read what little he does write about. Do you know he raised the dead, and your whinning about him not putting down replacing an amputees arm The iron chariots you talk about is so easy to comprehend so it would be an insult to you if I explained it to you. Listen man just study and you'll find out all about the iron chariots and what he's trying to explain to you about this in the correct perspective, you can do it if you'll just study snd when you get the right sndwer you and I will be proud of your accomplishment.