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Joshua

There is one significant problem in this saying of Jesus: he seems to say that the Hebrew Bible will remain intact until the end of the world. But what about some tiny scribal errors in the old Hebrew manuscripts? Was Jesus wrong? Isn’t this a Bible Contradiction?
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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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The Problem All theologians accept that man has free will in many matters, but in several matters there is no free will. I am free to choose my style in clothing, or whether I travel by train or by car. The question is: Am I free to not sin?
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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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In the river? Or ashore? Critics of the Bible suggest that Joshua after having built a monument in the river Jordan, later on moved this monument ashore and rebuilt it at Gilgal.
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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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A new series of 25 rejected SAB Contradictions. E.g.: Can God do anything? Is childbearing sinful? Is circumcision required? Did Jesus say before the cock crows or before the crock crows twice?
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This is the second series of 25 rejected SAB Bible Contradictions. Among them are some famous ‘contradictions’ such as: What was in the ark of the covenant? When did Jesus ascend into heaven? How many languages were there before the Tower of Babel was built? Did Jesus tell his apostles to go barefoot and without a staff?
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This is the first series of 25 rejected SAB Bible Contradictions. Among them are famous problems as: Was Abraham justified by faith or by works? How should adultery be punished? Did God ordain genocide? Does God want some to go to hell? Still intriguing questions and many others.
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It seems to be a great problem for the critics of the Bible that Stephen mentioned a tomb near the city of Shechem that Abraham had bought, while in the book of Joshua, Jacob is said to have bought a burial place near Shechem.
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