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Again 25 proposed SAB Bible Contradictions. A closer look shows that they are some times due to mistranslations, often misreadings and even wilful misinterpretations.
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Twenty five proposed Bible Contradictions of SAB; in general attempts to put new life in ancient and dead examples.
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In the Old Testament we read Abraham swearing to one of the inhabitants of Canaan. In the New Testament we read that Jesus forbade his disciples to swear. A serious Bible Contradiction? Let’s have a look.
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Again a series of 25 SAB Contradictions. Not any one of them turns out to be a real Bible Contradiction. Good advice to all Bible Contradictors: Please, do your homework before you speak!
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The critic claims a Bible Contradiction as he reads in the Bible that no just person lives on earth (Ecclesiastes 7:20). On the other hand many times someone is called ‘a just person’. He gives 47 instances of this phenomenon. Isn’t that contradictory?
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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?
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In this series many controversial issues, such as: Can God be found? Do humans have free will? When was the Holy Ghost given? Does God ever lie? Does God love everyone?
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25 New so called Bible Contradictions, e.g.: Is divorce ever permissible? What kind of animals may we eat? Was John the Baptist Elijah? Is God the creator of evil? And more!
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The fifth series of rejected SAB Contradictions, including: Who carried Jesus’ cross? How did David kill Goliath? Did Adam die on the day he ate from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil? To whom did Peter deny knowing Jesus?
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Is it true that Christians can’t sin? Can God repent? Was Goliath indeed killed by David? These and more questions considered as Contradictions within Islamic approach of the Bible.
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