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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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Does the New Testament teach that Jews are lost? All of them? Or does the New Testament teach that they will all be saved?
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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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The numbers of the Hebrew kings have often been shown to be difficult issues for Bible readers and students. And of course Bible critics have always pounced upon them to show that the Bible is so very wrong. Here we have the question: when did Jehoash start as king in Israel?
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Bible critics like to throw doubts on Jesus’ reliability with the seeming Bible Contradiction that Jesus’ disciples confess about him, such as: “You know everything …”. On the other hand, speaking about the end of human history, Jesus said: “… no one knows, … not even the Son, …”
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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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The SAB critic has taken as a Bible Contradiction the question: Were the angels that spoke to the women, inside or outside the tomb when the women arrived? Of course an interesting question ...
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It is an old and obvious point that there is something strange with the time indications of the evangelists concerning Jesus’ crucifixion. Was it at 9 o’clock a.m. as the synoptic gospels intend or was it later, some time after noon as John seems to suggest?
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In two gospels we read that Herod thought Jesus was John the Baptist, but in another gospel we read that he was in doubt about Jesus. Things look pretty bad, don’t they?
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