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There are several problems connected with the question of the critic. It seems that he has no idea of the set of problems he raises with the presentation of his simple question as if only one problem is at stake.
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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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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 first king of Israel was Saul, the son of Kish. Most Bible readers know that, but who was his grandfather? Abiel or Ner as the SAB critic suggests, or even Jeiel, which he seemed to have forgotten? Let’s present the four relevant texts and give our evaluations.
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What about the expression: “I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children, on the third and the fourth generation of those who hate Me, …” (Exodus 20:5) The first of again 25 SAB Contradictions.
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For a critic who doesn’t like to study any context, supposing that the word of God is like a vending machine – putting in a coin and the answer rolls out – it seems a contradiction that someone becomes king when he is eight years old and again when he becomes eighteen years old. How is this possible?
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It is a most interesting question of how many brothers David had. Were there eight brothers according to the book of 1 Samuel or were there seven according to 1 Chronicles?
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Again a strange SAB Contradiction. The critic failed to see that “childless” in Jeremiah 22:30 is figurative language. A simile is used without “as”, which is an absolutely correct grammatical move: “Write this man down [as] childless”
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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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Two characterizations of king Saul’s actions at the end of his life together seem to form a heavy Biblical conflict. On the one hand it is said that he inquired of the Lord (1 Samuel) and on the other hand he did not (1 Chronicles).
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