Quiz Show    (Bible Contradictions)

Quiz Show (Bible Contradictions)

Your explanation for each and every contradiction here must have better explanatory power than “Well, maybe it just got written down wrong or something.” (Read on…)
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Yes. Maybe it got written down wrong. Or copied wrong by some anonymous copyist along the way. Or mistranslated from the original language (Jesus and his followers spoke Aramaic, the New Testament was written in Greek). MAYBE SOMEONE GOT IT WRONG.

What is wrong with any of those as explanations for the bible texts being in the shape they’re in? Maybe it got written down wrong or something. Maybe, just maybe, it got written down wrong. That explains… ummm let me see,…. EVERYTHING, and requires no leaps of logic, no invented narrative glue, no convoluted excuses, no reliance on mysterious inconceivable underhand moves by an invisible deity who deemed it better to have his central, most important message to his favored species become filled with EVEN apparent errors, conflicts, and contradictions.

How NOT to respond to this movie:
a) By assuming that I have not looked into these contradictions with any level of depth and accusing me of not having tried to understand any kind of “deeper meaning”. Wherever possible, I consulted christians’ explanations. I’ve given them a good go. They’re just shit.

b) By saying that these aren’t errors at all, rather, that they are simply copyist’s errors. Uh- derr. A copyist’s error is an error. I don’t care what kind of error it is, just don’t make the claim that the bible is completely free of errors, except for the cases in which there are errors, which are only copyist’s errors only, which aren’t really errors.

c) If you agree with me that English translations of the bible contain errors, but you think that the original Hebrew and Greek manuscripts are pure and therefore true – DON’T tell me this and then go on to criticise me and other skeptics for pointing out that the English translations contain errors!

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. That which can be asserted without evidence can be discarded without evidence.

I know, and actually find to have some weight, the New Testament apologists’ conundrum – namely that if all of the gospel accounts really did match exactly, then critics of the bible would instantly accuse the authors of having conspired together. So, if there are inconsistencies it counts against the bible, and if there were no inconsistencies, it would still count against the bible.
Well – tough. The creator of the universe could have done a lot better. The only reasonable conclusion to come to is that the creative force that arranged the constants of the universe, gave birth to galaxy clusters, quantum physics and DNA, invented love, knowledge and truth, and is capable of any miracle he could ever come up with- had fuck all to do with this raggedy old contradictory book of bullshit.

Whenever I make a movie about what the bible says, I’m talking about the actual words that are printed on the pages of the bible. Funny how I always get criticised for doing so, by people who agree that modern translations or English translations are inadequate and erroneous.

I was very selective when deciding whether to include each contradiction in the script. Many that were listed on the lists and websites appeared to me to be either non-contradictory, easily explained, or simply too petty to really count significantly against the claim of biblical inerrancy. I drew heavily on skepticsannotatedbible.com , which actually has links to christian responses to each of the contradictions it lists, where one has been put forward. I read almost all of them and if the explanation sounded like a bunch of bollocks to me, then I dismissed the explanation and included the contradiction in the script. One of the criteria I used to ascertain whether I thought the explanation was good enough, was whether I thought a christian would accept a similar explanation for a contradiction in any other religions holy book, such as the Qaran or Book of Mormon.

For example:
LookingUntoJesus.net has this pathetic explanation for one of the contradictions:

“The text which is called into question is Luke 2:2. If Jesus was born in the days of Herod (who presumably died in 4 BC), then how could Quirinius be governing Syria (who presumably began his reign in 6 AD)?
The trouble is in the English translation of the text, not in the text itself. Keep in mind that the New Testament was written in Greek, not English. Since the translators were not inspired, there is the potential for erroneous translations”. (LookingUntoJesus.net)

(聖經問答比賽) (或者, 我意思是書中你實際看到的文字) 歡迎回來 今天我們兩位參賽者鬥得非常火熱 因為我們要測試他們對神絕對正確,
絕無錯誤和絕無矛盾的話語的知識 我們今晚兩位高質素的參賽者是Craig和Ken Craig暫時領先,
但要看看之後的一輪發展如何 我會問一條問題 你們兩個都有一次機會答 到時看你們有沒有同一的答案 Ken, 準備好了? 你說呢? Craig呢? 開始! OK, 有關耶和華發怒, 第一條, 十分題 耶和華的怒氣會持續多久? Ken 永遠 好, Ken答永遠 Craig你呢? 我會答「不是永遠」 你們兩個都對了, 每人10分 耶和華的怒氣是會和不會持續到永遠的
(不是永遠: 彌迦書7:18; 永遠:耶利米書17:4) 好, 下一題 耶和華會試探人嗎? Craig? 不, 他從來不會的 Ken呢? 你贊不贊同Craig? 耶和華試探過亞伯拉罕 祂一定會試探人的 Ken, 你是對的(創世紀22:1) 所以你得10分 Craig也有10分 因為「神不能被惡試探,
祂也不試探人」(雅各書1:13) 第三題 人可以因守律法得救贖嗎? Craig 不, 因為「人稱義, 不是因行律法,
乃是因信耶穌基督」(加拉太書2:16) 那Ken呢? 恐怕Craig答對了 但我想答一個不同的答案 我會引用耶穌的話 就是「你若要進入永生, 就當遵守誡命」
(馬太福音19:17, 路加福音10:26-8) 對, 但「人稱義是因著信,
不在乎遵行律法。」(羅馬書3:28) 同時「人稱義是因著行為,
不是單因著信。」(雅各書2:24) 你們又一起對了 現在是這一輪最後一條問題 見到耶和華的臉的後果是什麼? Ken 死亡! 嗯, Ken說是死亡, 你認同嗎Craig? 我會答性命可以保存(創世紀32:30) 但是「人見我的面不能存活」(出埃及記33:20) 這就對了 等等, 雅各面對面看到了神(創世紀32:30) 亞伯拉罕也是(創世紀12:7) 對, 摩西也有(出埃及記33:11) 但「從來沒有人看見神」(約翰福音1:18) 除了摩西和和其餘七十個以色列長老
(出埃及記24:9-11) 其他也一樣 當然沒有人看過, 因為「是人未曾看見,
也是不能看見的」(提摩太前書6:16) 每人也有10分, 我想也包括我,
因為我也提出了一個 好了, 進入下一輪問題 這是今晚第一輪的速答題 不需要按鈴
只需要在我說完問題後說出答案 計時器有三十秒 時間現在—— 開始 耶和華喜悅燔祭嗎? 喜悅/ 不喜悅
(喜悅: 出埃及記20:24, 不喜悅:耶利米書7:22) 對
(喜悅: 出埃及記20:24, 不喜悅:耶利米書7:22) 神是否壞事的創造者? 是/ 不是
(是: 以賽亞書45:7, 約翰一書4:8) 對了
(是: 以賽亞書45:7, 約翰一書4:8) 根據創世紀,
人是否在創造動物前被創造的? 是/ 不是
(是: 創世紀2:18-19, 不是:創世紀1: 25-27) 對了
(是: 創世紀2:18-19, 不是:創世紀1: 25-27) 在去大馬士革途中
與保羅同行的人有沒有聽到跟保羅說話的聲音? 有/ 沒有
(有: 使徒行傳9:7, 沒有:使徒行傳22:9) 對了
(有: 使徒行傳9:7, 沒有:使徒行傳22:9) 世界會不會存在到永遠? 會/ 不會
(會: 傳道書1:4, 不會: 彼得後書3:10) 耶穌是不是唯一一個升過天的人?
(是: 約翰福音3:13, 不是: 列王記下2:11) 是/ 不是
(是: 約翰福音3:13, 不是: 列王記下2:11) 對了, 在舊約的律法中,
(是: 約翰福音3:13, 不是: 列王記下2:11) 小孩應不應因父親的罪受罰? 應/ 不應
(應: 申命記5:9, 不應: 申命記24:16) 對了, 好了, 這輪速答題完了
(應: 申命記5:9, 不應: 申命記24:16) Ken你過了這一輪看來累了 不, 不, 我就像我們的天父般 「並不疲乏, 也不困倦」(以賽亞書40:28) 噢, 這樣的話, 你想不想休息一分鐘? 當然好啦, 我就像我們的天父般 在累的時候我會休息的
(以賽亞書1:14,43:24) 這樣的話我們就來個小休吧 在看完我們贊助商的信息後就回來繼續 那些著作並不彼此衝突 不, 沒有自相矛盾 那千多年中的全部作者 不, 這裡沒有自相矛盾 他們只會互相補足 全部都在說一樣的東西 哈哈哈, 想想它! 來到下一輪, 關於「數」的一輪 不是說民數記, 完全不是 我們要測試你對聖經裡整數數目的理解 第一個按鐘的回答, 第一條 約押數到了幾個以色列的勇士? Ken? 八十萬 對了(撒母耳記下24:9) 一百一十萬也是對的(歷代志上21:5) 第二條, 大衛俘虜了幾個騎兵? Ken 七百? 七百和七千都是對的
(七百:撒母耳記下8:4, 七千:歷代志上18:4) 兩個都是一個很大的數目 第三題, 大衛為禾場付出了多少錢? Craig? 五百舍客勒金子? Craig, 對不起, 是六百舍客勒
(歷代志上21:25) Ken你會答什麼? 我較傾向五十舍客勒, 但… 那你就答對啦(撒母耳記下24:24) 那是五十舍客勒和六百舍客勒 第八條, 大衛手下的長官在一次衝突中殺八百人
(撒母耳記下23:8) 八百這個數字等於多少? …七百? 噢, Ken很對不起 正確答案是三百(歷代志上11:11) 你一定很後悔吧 我本來知道的! 我本來知道的! 在什麼時候出現了一個賊, 兩個賊? Craig 噢, 有兩個賊跟耶穌一起釘十架 是, 這你就對了 他們兩個中是否只有一個辱罵耶穌,
還是兩個都有? 兩個說法也對, 要看你在讀哪一本福音書!
(一個: 路23:39-42, 兩個:可15:32, 太27:44) 這就像耶穌在耶利哥醫好的瞎子的數量是兩個 也是一個
(一個: 可10:46, 路18:35, 兩個: 太20:30) 來到這一輪最後一條的問題 那是多項選擇題, 留心聽 想出一件有兩個人站立著的歷史事件
(路加福音24:4) 其實這事件是兩個人坐著的 (約翰福音20:12) 說是一個人坐著的也可以 (馬可福音16:5) 但實際上是一個天使從天堂降下來然後導致地震
(馬太福音28:2) 這沒有任何矛盾的單一事件有什麼人目擊? A: 一個女人 B: 兩個女人 C: 三個女人 D:數目不明但至少五個的女人
數目不明但至少五個的女人 Ken 以上所有都是!
(A:約20:1, B:太28:1, C:可16:1, D:路24:10) 對了!
(A:約20:1, B:太28:1, C:可16:1, D:路24:10) 恭喜你Ken 一個完美的答案,
前提是準確地記述耶穌復活的那些描述 它們之間完全沒有衝突, 同時是絕對可靠的證據 是第二輪的搶答題 很快就知道誰被淘汰誰會得勝 祝你們好運 這一輪我會說出一個罪名 然後你們需要搶先按鈴, 然後 根據「有憐憫, 有恩典, 不輕易發怒,並有豐盛
的慈愛和誠實的神」那時的命令說出懲罰(出34:6) 各位準備好了嗎 計時器有六十秒, 把手放在鈴上 耶和華原本表明對算命的懲罰是什麼? Ken 死
(利未記20:27) 對了, 打父母呢?
(利未記20:27) Ken 死
(出埃及記21:15) 對了, 咒罵父母呢?
(出埃及記21:15) Craig 死
(利未記20:9) 對, 不聽祭司的話呢?
(利未記20:9) Ken 死
(申命記17:12) 對了, 跟隨其它宗教呢?
(申命記17:12) Craig 死
(出埃及記22:20) 對, 與鄰舍之妻行淫?
(出埃及記22:20) Craig 死
(利未記20:10) 對了, 不尋求上帝以色列的神?
(利未記20:10) Ken 死
(歷代志下15:12-13) 對了, 祭司的女兒行淫呢?
(歷代志下15:12-13) Ken 監禁? 對不起, 正確答案是死
(利未記21:9) 該死的! 作假的預言? Craig 死
(撒迦利亞書13:3) 對了
(撒迦利亞書13:3) 如果你能說誰殺的話有額外的分 那人的父母 很好 同性戀? Craig 死(利未記20:13) 對, 褻瀆上帝? Ken 死(利未記24:10-16) 對, 在安息日工作?
(利未記24:10-16) Craig 死(出埃及記31:12-15) 對, 在你的城裡有人拜其他的神?
(出埃及記31:12-15) Craig 死 詳細一些 城裡所有的人死 還差一些 …還有牲畜 嗯…還有用火燒了整個城讓它永遠毀滅 對了(申命記13:13-16) 我們只剩下時間不多了 至此,
我們的兩個參賽者都顯示了他們對聖經的認識 好了, 我們來看看他們最後的分數吧 …但是我不會把勝負決定基於邏輯
或者那些只相信證據的不道德行為 相反, 我會祈禱問上帝誰是今晚的贏家 啊… 看, 我內心有很強的信念 我的信心告訴我Ken是贏家 這就代表Craig要離開了 Craig, 你對這決定有何意見? 那是很好的選擇 Bill, 我總是相信信心多於客觀的邏輯 因為沒有信心的話,
邏輯只會是一些不可靠的人為東西 對, 但你不會兩手空空的離開 Frank,
我們對亞軍有什麼俗世的財寶作獎賞? 我們的亞軍會獲得一間建在磐石上的房子
(馬太福音7:24) 不要啊, 我有錢了! 我有禍了!
(「富足的人有禍了」路加福音6:24) 噢, 不要傷心, 富足是一個祝福
(詩篇112:1-3) 無論如何, Craig, 記得要賣掉你新的財產用來
接濟貧窮的人(路加福音12:33,14:33,18:22) 或者你可以學習早期的教會 那些教徒賣光他們的所有, 組成一個團體 然後教徒之間互相分享那公有的財產
(使徒行傳2:44-45, 4:34-37) 你們現在對共產主義還有什麼話好說的? 噢, Craig 那是一個無神論者的陰謀, 由奧巴馬和史太林發明 目的是控制我們的國家
目的是控制我們的國家 對了 是時候小休了 回來後Ken要面對我們的單挑 這裡又有一個所謂的矛盾 在聖經裡所謂的矛盾 所謂的矛盾 這是一個傳聞中的矛盾 完全不是一個矛盾 各福音書之間的一致性 所謂「與事實的出入」 沒有矛盾 在聖經裡所謂的矛盾 使那些記載有了歷史上的可信性 好了, 現在是單挑環節了 有八條問題, 你要把他們全部答對 現在是第一條 聖殿的幔子是在耶穌死前還是死後裂開的?
(死後: 馬太福音27:50-51, 嗯, 是 對了
(死後: 太27:50-51,可15:37-38, 路23:45-46) 誰把漂亮的紫袍披在耶穌身上,
希律的士兵還是彼拉多的士兵? 是, 他們都是 對了
(希律:路23:11, 彼拉多: 太27:27-28,約19:1-2) 耶穌在趕走聖殿的商人之前還是之後詛咒
無花果樹? 嗯, 之前或之後呢? 對了, 其中一個就夠了, 很好的答案
(之後:馬太福音21:12,17-19 之前:馬可福音11:12-17) 同性戀者應被處死還是流放?
列王記上15:11-12, 處死: 利未記20:13) 當然啦 對了
(流放:列王記上15:11-12, 處死: 利未記20:13) 已知居里扭在希律王死後九年成為敘利亞總督 耶穌是在希律王還是居里扭的統治時期出生?
還是在居里扭的統治時代出生? …兩個都是? 對, 簡直是奇蹟
(居里扭:路2:1,希律王: 太2:1,資料來源: 維基) 你做得很好 在那些女人來到耶穌的墓穴的時候, 墓穴是打開了還是關上了的?
馬太福音28:2, 打開: 路加福音24:2) 是, 都對
(關上:馬太福音28:2, 打開: 路加福音24:2) 對了
(關上:馬太福音28:2, 打開: 路加福音24:2) 猶大是自縊而死 還是身子仆倒而死,
最後肚腹崩裂腸子都流出來? 對, 這就對了 對
(仆倒:使徒行傳1:18, 自縊: 馬太福音27:5) 那我們最後一條問題 神是不是困惑的來源? 不是 對了! (哥林多前書14:33) 曲解聖經的人才是困惑的來源 他們令經文看起來像是自相矛盾 我知道, 是嗎? 這些人難道沒有更好的東西做嗎? 他們一定很恨神! 恭喜你Ken 你做得很好 這是你的獎品, 準備好了嗎? 你贏得——
一生人相信一個沒有證據證明的應許 而且你在死前都不會得到它! 實際上, 也沒有一點點原因證明那是存在的 但是, 只要相信我們,
餘生繼續開心地幻想就可以了 噢, 還有, 你本來不配受這獎品的 所以記得要覺得不配 怎麼樣, 這不是我們每人都想要的東西嗎? 再次恭喜Ken 多謝大家收看, 下次再見, 拜拜!


  1. Did King Saul commit suicide himself using a sword, or did he fail to commit suicide using a spear and had to request help from an Amalekite Man?

    Correct. (1 Samuel 31, 2 Samuel 1)

  2. for the record. The Bible is true not because we believe it, the Bible is the truth wether you believe it or not. In other words, it's validation is not dependant upon your belief or disbelief of it, for it to be true

  3. Ok so you can just put verses there and not expect people to read them jeremiah 17:4 this is talking about a specific group of people who he has anger forever toward micah 7:18 he doesnt want to always be angry and he wont always be angry towards all genesis 22:1 in the context it means incite, does works save you no but through faith you need both Genesis 32:30 came in the form of a man genesis 33:11 he took the form a cloudy pillar not his real face exodus24:9 seeing God indirectly jeremiah 7:22 im confused this says neither side 1 john 4:8 again doesnt say eiether side genesis 2:18 this is in the garden of eden the rest is every where outside

  4. #1 Does God's anger last forever?

    Answer: The question is too broad. It does in some cases, but not in others. There is not a Yes or No answer.

    The writer is talking about how God will not stay angry with his chosen people forever in this specific instance. (Micah 7:18)

    God says his anger burns forever specifically for Judah specifically for their idolatry and paganism (Jeremiah 17:4)

    #2 Does God tempt people?

    Answer: No

    No: God does not tempt people (James 1:13)

    God did not tempt Abraham, he tested his faith. I see how they seem very similar but you have to remember context. God was testing Abraham's faith in order to see if he was the right person for Israel to come from him. God asked Abraham to sacrifice his only son with his wife, Sarah, (through which God had promised Abraham countless defendants) in order to see if he was faithful and obedient (also, God stopped him from actually sacrificing his son, he just wanted to see if he would). God didn't tempt Abraham to sacrifice his son, he tested his faith, which is completely different. (Genesis 22:1)

    #3 Does salvation come from works?

    Answer: No

    Galatians 2:16 and Romans 3:28 are both right, in or out of context. People cannot save ourselves, we need Jesus and have to know that we cannot do anything on our own in order to obtain salvation.
    (Galatians 2:16, Romans 3:28)

    Matthew 19:16-22 is the story about when a rich man came to Jesus and specifically asked what good deed must he do to inherit the kingdom of God (aka get to heaven). Jesus questions why he asks the question (implying that the good deed route is not the way to go) and then directly says that you must follow the law if you want to get into heaven based on good deeds. This comes as no surprise because the entirety of the old testiment says that in order to inherit the kingdom of God you must follow the law (which isn't just strictly doing good, it's making sacrifices for sins). Jesus did say that the only way to get into heaven is to follow the law, he just directly answered the question that the man asked in terms of good deeds. Of course, Jesus's crucifixion is the ultimate sacrifice that atones for our sins, meaning that the old law is no longer the way to get into heaven. This was prior to Jesus's death though.
    Luke 10:26-28 is about when a religious leader asks Jesus what must he do to have eternal life (which is basically the same question the rich man asked). Jesus (knowing that the man knew the old testiment well) asked the religious leader what the Law of Moses says. The leader replies that you must love the Lord and love your neighbor, to which Jesus basically says yep, do that. I don't really see how this is contradictory to the other verses. Loving the Lord and your neighbor don't really count as works. It's not something that you can do in order to get into heaven. Jesus isn't saying that you have to do something to earn your way into heaven. It might seem like it because it is a call to action, but there are hundreds of verses that talk about how God provides us with a new and clean heart, so we still can't even brag about loving God, because he's the one who helps us to really love him.
    James 2:24 is definitely the most contradictory at first glance, but context is extremely important. Jacob (aka James {the writer}) talks about how faith without good deeds is pointless. Basically, I can say something but if I never have actions that back it up, what's the point? The verse isn't saying that you can get into heaven by doing good things, that's not what the previous or following verses are discussing. Verse 24 (in context) is saying that you should do good things in order to show that you are saved, not that you need to do good things in order to be saved.
    (Matthew 19:17, Luke 10:26-8, James 2:24)

    #4 Can people see God?

    Answer: His presence/spirit: Yes. His face/essence: No

    When people in the past have seen God, they haven't actually seen him, they've seen his presence/spirit. That's why John 1:18 & 1 Timothy 6:16 say that nobody has ever seen God. They've seen aspects of him. They've seen his spirit. But nobody has ever actually literally looked right at God (except Jesus).
    (Exodus 33:20, John 1:18, 1 Timothy 6:16)

    In Exodus 33:20, God told Moses that he cannot see his face and live, meaning he couldn't actually see him. Also, Moses asked to see God's presence, so of course this is not the same as actually seeing God.
    Genesis 12:7 says that "the Lord appeared to Abraham". This doesn't mean that Abraham specifically saw anything other than God's spirit.
    Exodus 33:11 says that God and Moses talked face to face like friends do. If you read a few more verses you'll see that Moses asks God if he can see his presence (Exodus 33:20). This shows that Moses had not literally seen God's face, because obviously he wouldn't ask to see his face while talking to his face. The face to face thing is just to show how close God and Moses were.
    Exodus 24:11 is very convincing that people can indeed look upon God without being destroyed, but what Moses and the others see is a representation of God, not the actual essence of God. They see an image of God with what seems to be lapis under his feet. Also, this is before Moses asks to see God in Exodus 33, so clearly when Moses asks that later, he has not already seen him.
    (Genesis 32:30, Genesis 12:7, Exodus 33:11, Exodus 24:9-11

    #5 Does God delight in burnt offerings?

    Answer: Yes

    God says that he was not concerned with burnt offerings from his people when they left Egypt, he was concerned with their desire to follow and obey him. This doesn't mean he doesn't delight in burnt offerings, he does. (Jeremiah 7:22)

    The Lord does delight in burnt offerings, as shown in this passage.
    (Exodus 20:24)

    #6 Is God the author of evil?

    Answer: No!

    God is not saying he is the author of evil. He is telling Cyrus that he will destroy his enemies (who are also Israel's enemies, God's chosen people). They are the evil ones, and God is saying that he will bring darkness upon them. He's not saying he is the author of evil, he is destroying evil. (Isaiah 45:7)

    God is love. Don't really see how that is relevant but yea it is true. (1 John 4:8)

    #7 Were humans created before the animals?

    Answer: No

    God created the animals first (Genesis 1:25)

    Genesis 2:18 says nothing about humans or animals being created first. God created Adam and in 2:18 decided he needed a wife so he wouldn't be alone. He clearly meant so he wouldn't be the only human, not the only living thing (Genesis 2:18)

    #8 On the road to Demascus, did Paul's traveling companions hear the voice that spoke to Paul?

    Answer: Yes

    Acts 9:7 says that the people heard a voice (Acts 9:7)

    When retelling the story, Paul says the people heard the voice but didn't understand it. Both of these verses agree that they heard the voice, the later one just adds a detail that they didn't understand it.
    (Acts 22:9)

    #9 Will the Earth last forever?

    Answer: No

    The Earth will essentially be destroyed (2 Peter 3:10)

    The anonymous writer says that the Earth never changes. He/She isn't saying that the earth will never be destroyed. They are saying the Earth never changes in order to make a point that everything done is pointless unless done for God. Context is once again extremely important. This isn't meant literally. (Ecclesiastes 1:4)

    #10 Is Jesus the only man to have ascended into heaven?

    Answer: No

    This is about when Elijah was taken into heaven (2 Kings 2:11)

    This says that no man has ever gone to heaven and returned except Jesus. (John 3:13)

    #11 In old testiment law, were children to be punished for the sins of their fathers?

    Answer: Depends on the sin. Also depends on if it's God or man giving the punishment.

    Children must not be put do death for the sins of their parents (Deuteronomy 24:16)

    Children will be equally responsible if their parents worship false idols. That doesn't mean put to death. (Deuteronomy 5:9)

    #12 Does God tire/rest?

    Answer: He rests but does not tire.

    God never grows weak or weary
    (Isaiah 40:28)

    In Isaiah 1:14, God says he does not like the celebrations that the people have on the sabbath, and that he is burdened with them and cannot stand them.
    In Isaiah 43:24, God says the people have burdened him with their sins by not offering sacrifices for them.
    God does not grow tired. God being burdened with things does not mean he is tired. Burdened can mean a multitude of things, and tiredness can be result of burdens, but it is not always a result.
    (Isaiah 1:14, Isaiah 43:24)

    #13 How many valued men drew the sword for Israel?

    Answer: 800,000 who had experience, 1,100,000 in total

    800,00 in Israel who had fighting experience in the past. This can be inferred by the use of the word "valiant" which has different meanings in Hebrew, implying that they hax experience.
    (2 Samuel 24:9)

    1,100,000 total could fight
    (1 Chronicles 21:5)

  5. The contradictions begin in the first few sentences.
    " And God said, Let there be light: and there was light."
    Three days later, "And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years."
    I hope he was using energy efficient grow lamps til day 4.

  6. A contradiction in a theory/philosophy/story is actually the lack of certain details that are parts of the whole but hide outside the whole. The author has to move around switchimg b/w characters in pursuit of justice for him/herself and still manage to come back to the plot.
    Reverse calculations and amicable reversals of social curses is on the menu.

  7. This is the first time I saw this video and I have to say every single point here is laughable as a means of evidence of contradictions. The sheer amount of cherry picking verses and taking verses out of context is remarkable. Nothing here is a contradiction when taking the context and actual meaning behind the verses is taken into account. I'm not impressed.

  8. I don’t believe the Bible is inerrant, but I still believe there is a God. I hope no one thinks those are mutually exclusive positions to hold, or that all Christians think that way.

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