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There is mentioning in the book of Samuel (chapters 13 and 14) about several battles between Israel and the Philistines. The critic suggests that there is a wrong counting: a second attack of Jonathan (14:14) would have been counted mistakenly as a first attack (13:3).
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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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The critic has combined some numbers in the Bible and has arrived at the surprising insight that there is something wrong with the date of King Solomon’s inauguration.
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Did Sisera die by the hand of Jael while he was asleep peacefully? This is what we read in Judges 4. However in Judges 5 we read that he bowed down at the feet of Jael and that he then fell dead or so. This description seems to give a different picture of the story.
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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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The book of Genesis states that Arpachshad and Shelah are father and son. However the Gospel of Luke implies that Shelah was a son of a certain Cainan and this Cainan was a son of Arpachshad. So in Luke Shelah is described as a grandson and not a son of Arpachsad. And of course this is food for Bible critics.
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It seems that the prophet Samuel was a rather cruel individual: He “hacked Agag in pieces”, we read. Yes, if that would be the only information we get from this episode we might think so. However, it is always the special art of deceivers to turn things upside down.
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There are actually two problems - the hour of the crucifixion - the day of the crucifixion
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Solomon was the second son of David and Bathsheba; not the fourth as a Bible Critic proposes.
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