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Last series of Bible Contradictions of the SAB Collection tested ... Continue reading
25 so called Bible Contradictions of the SAB Collection. Some are real questions; however, positive and biblical answers are possible for all. There are always simple and natural answers on alleged Bible Contradictions. Not always easy to find the answers, but here are mine. Continue reading
There are six lists of the tribes of Israel (see below) of which no one is the same. What now? Continue reading
How is it possible that Zerubbabel is named (1) a son of Pedaiah, and (2) a son of Shealtiel? Continue reading
25 so called Bible Contradictions of the SAB Collection. Most of them are easy to reply, a few ask some rethinking. Also a few are real questions; however, positive and biblical answers are possible for all. There are always simple and natural answers on alleged Bible Contradictions. Continue reading
Again 25 alleged Bible contradictions of SAB. As usual not so difficult to disprove with the resuot of interesting pecularities of biblical stories as: Was the tomb opened or closed when the women arrived? Continue reading
Twenty five proposed Bible Contradictions of SAB; in general attempts to put new life in ancient and dead examples. Continue reading
In this series many controversial issues, such as: Does hell exist? Does God help in times of need? Is only God holy? How should homosexuals be treated? At what time of day was Jesus crucified? Continue reading
Not infrequently the innocent seems to be punished with the guilty. The SAB-critic makes the question more specific. He gives a list of 16 biblical examples that seem contradictory to the truth that “the wickedness of the wicked will be upon himself” (Ezekiel). Continue reading
In Deuteronomy 7:4 we seem to be confronted with a heavy threat against Israelites who dare to marry with people of other nations. It seems as if God will personally kill (destroy) them. That is not what we would expect from a good and merciful God, is it? The question must be of course: Is it what it seems? Is it true? Continue reading