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Is there a contradiction concerning behavior and good works? Should we do them in the dark? So that nobody may see them? Or should we show them as a sort of propaganda for the faith?
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A serious question raised by the critic. Is it possible to fall from grace? Having once accepted Christ, is it yet possible to be lost forever? Some texts seem to suggest so.
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Many commentators have expounded their ideas about the above mentioned texts. Particularly scholars have analyzed them thoroughly and without investigating their contributions, for our subject—sorting out a contradiction—it is enough to read the texts above carefully.
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The critic sees a Bible Contradiction in a saying of Jesus in John’s Gospel about the temple in Jerusalem, and two sayings of other people in Matthew and Mark, also about the temple. It takes a lot of thinking about the question: What is it that the critic sees as a contradiction?
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Is it a contradiction that something can turn in its reverse?
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The Septuagint translators (200 BC) primarily used the meaning and with sometimes disastrous consequences and the Christians in their translations depended heavily on the Septuagint.
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The critic has found a new bone to pick, however without much meat. What was the place where the women stood? Near or far away from the cross?
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The critic has a problem with the Last Judgement. Will God judge people by their (good or bad) deeds or by their belief?
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The critic has a quite roundabout way to settle his opinion by proving that the Bible is contradicting itself. Isn’t it said that Satan also can do wonders? Voila, a Bible Contradiction! But is it?
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The critic suggests that there is a Bible Contradiction with regard to speaking in tongues: Yes, the Bible encourages speaking in tongues, but not in all occasions as there are some conditions for a proper use of this gift.
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