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Earlier I wrote: What is the source for most Bible Contradictions? That’s a good question. Certainly not the Bible, much too lengthy for Bible critics. Reading this proposed contradiction it’s hard to avoid the impression that one buys a cheap book with a respectable number of Bible Contradictions, and Voila! – start your site.
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In Acts there are three testimonies of Paul’s conversion on his way to Damascus. The criticism is that there are contradictions in them.... What now?
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There are two, or rather three things, the critic doesn’t understand very well about God and his work.
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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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The critic claims that the Bible is inconsistent in saying that God will write the words of the ten commandments on Moses’ stone tablets (Ex 34:1) and a few paragraphs further that He ordered Moses to do that
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How is it possible that Zerubbabel is named (1) a son of Pedaiah, and (2) a son of Shealtiel?
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The critic claims that Abraham was called in Haran and not in Ur of the Chaldeans stating: “Stephen had no way of knowing what happened nearly 2000 years before he was born. What he "knew" he got from Genesis, and he just got some of the details confused.”
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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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Many people knew the Psalms of David as they were sung in synagogues, in the temple and when people traveled to Jerusalem as pilgrims. One knew that the coming Messiah would be a Son of David. Did Jesus confirm this?
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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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