Reading this parable from Jesus, can we trust this parable that God is telling us? Who murdered the heir, ie, the son, was it the father?
He didn't tell us that in this parable, but he DID tell us that in Acts 4:27-28.
The reason you hold to a false theology is that you pick and choose which verses to accept, and which verses to reject (such as Acts 4:27-28).
Another reason that you hold to a false theology is that you engage in faulty rationalizations, which you call "logic"..
This parable correctly recognizes that men killed the Son. This is a representation that the Jews and the Romans, along with Pilate and Herod, killed Jesus. But the parable does NOT say, "But the Father didn't murder the son". You ASSUME that. You ASSUME that it is "either/or", and not "both/and". Further, you don't seem to understand that parables are designed to teach ONE doctrinal point, not an entire theology.
But the Bible teaches something we call "compatibilism", which ReverendRV has explained to you a few times lately.
Jesus is God, but Jesus is also man.
God is one, but God is three persons.
God was behind Joseph being sold into slavery in Egypt.
But Joseph's brothers were behind it (Gen. 50:20).
God hardened Pharaoh's heart.
And Pharaoh hardened his own heart (Ex. 4-8).
Assyria waged war against Israel (Isa. 10:5-7)
And it was God who wielded Assyria like a club.
Satan told David to number Israel (1 Chr. 21:1).
But God told David to number Israel (2 Sam. 24:1).
The Jews and Romans murdered Jesus (Acts 4:27-28).
But God was behind it all.
You deny Scripture (Acts 4:27-28), because it contradicts your "fluffy" belief of a "Barney-the Dinosaur" god.
Who is the father, who is the son in this you think? Please tell cookedgoose, they need to know, because calling God a murderer is not only not biblical, it's blasphemous.
We already know.
It is you who is rejecting Scripture.
Which is why you really need to lose the condescending attitude.