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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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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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All the ins and outs of Christmas are common knowledge, e.g. that Jesus was born of the Hoy Spirit and Joseph was not his real father. However, the SAB critic seems to know better …
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The Sab critic mistakenly states that Ishmael was an infant and not a young man when he was sent away with his mother Hagar by Abraham.
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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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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).
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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?
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The critic gives a list of “clear sacrifices” he has found in the scriptures to support his view that “the Cruel God of the Old Testament” would ask human sacrifices. Is his list convincing?
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