Can you write a hub on the "hundreds of contradictions" found in the Bible? As you said in a forum.
"As you've read the Bible, you'll know that not everything in it can be taken literally, because it contradicts itself in hundreds of places. There is no logic in picking and choosing the bits you want to believe."
Well there really is no reason to do that.Most English bible texts are seriously mistranslated. The king James version is the most notably mistranslated English bibles in history and is the most widely used.
by mischeviousme 7 years ago
I used to be a christian, used to as in past tense. I went to church religiously and was entranced by the bible, but nothing I learned was realistic. I decided then, to unlearn all of it. I found thgat there was a gulf between rationality and intellect, one being fabricated by the body of the...
by Brian Walmsley 5 years ago
How is it possible that the Bible predicts the events of world history hundreds of years in advance?The Bible translated into Greek hundreds of years BC predicts the fall of the Babylonian Empire to the Persians, Greeks and finally the Romans. How is this possible without an omnipresent God?
by ElElyone 9 years ago
Please write a hub on all the "CONTRADICTIONS" in the scriptures. Or just post them all in a forum.Please write a hub on all the "CONTRADICTIONS" in the scriptures. Or just post them all in a forum. If you will.Regards
by Hokey 9 years ago
example: God sent his prophet to threaten David with how many years of famine? * Seven (2 Samuel 24:13) * Three (I Chronicles 21:12)
by Claire Evans 7 years ago
Particularly fundamentalist Christians believe that you are offending God, or even blaspheming, by questioning the authenticity of certain parts. If you believe so, can you explain why?
by Jeromeo 9 years ago
Some say the Bible can't be relied on to speak for God because it was written by man and It contaradicts itself.Can anyone point out; a specific instance(s) or passage(s) in the Bible that is contadictory, to another passaage or instance(s)?
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