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Interesting enough not only critics, also theologians are really in trouble about the information of Jesus’ resurrection in the Gospels. The disturbing aspect is not only the miracle part of the occurrence, but also that a real story, a real narrative, is lacking in any of the Gospels.
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Where there 1, 2, 3, 5 or more women at the sepulcher who met Jesus being resurrected? Each gospel seems to give a different answer. However it is easy to settle it quickly.
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The critic suggests that Jesus being crucified received four different drinks. Hmmmm strange, how is that possible?
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Were the angels sitting or standing inside the grave? It looks like the question: Was Peter sitting or standing at the fire when he repudiated Jesus.
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We seem to meet a serious problem raised by the critic. What was the sixth commandment in the list Jesus outlined to the rich young ruler? Three gospels give different lists and consequently three different answers. In fact one doesn’t even has a sixth commandment. Well, what can we say?
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25 alleged Bible Contradictions of the SAB Collection (376 - 400). There are always simple and natural answers on alleged Bible Contradictions, as we will see.
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There are actually two problems - the hour of the crucifixion - the day of the crucifixion
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25 so called Bible Contradictions of the SAB Collection. Most of them are easy to reply, a few ask some rethinking. Also a few are real questions; however, positive and biblical answers are possible for all. There are always simple and natural answers on alleged Bible Contradictions.
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Again 25 alleged Bible contradictions of SAB. As usual not so difficult to disprove with the resuot of interesting pecularities of biblical stories as: Was the tomb opened or closed when the women arrived?
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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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