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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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Some critics of the Bible have problems with the fact that Jesus had several names. Wouldn’t it be odd to call one individual by many names, like: John, William, George, Archibald, Charles, Kevin, Sean, and Larry?
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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 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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Do evildoers prosper? Is it possible to fall from grace? Should we fear God? Will the righteous flourish? Important questions, aren't they? Or is it all contradictory nonsense? Let's have a look ...
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Biblical chaos? It is an ancient riddle: how is it possible that God brought David to sin by numbering the people of Israel? Isn’t God the Good shepherd of his people who protects his children from evil? Why than did he bring this evil on David? And to make the “Biblical chaos” complete, a parallel passage says that it was not God but the devil who caused David to sin. What now?
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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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