11/19/2005                                                                                       View Comments

7 E-Z Steps to get a handy collection of Bible Contradictions and Problems

1. Select either the pdf or the html format. (pdf will look better, but take longer to load. You also need Acrobat Reader to open PDF files. Acrobat Reader is free and can be downloaded here)

2. Click on the Side 1 Button of your chosen
format.

3. Print out the resulting page.

4. Take the printed paper out, flip it over, and stick it back into your paper feed, top end in first.

5. Press "Back" to return here, press the Side 2 button and print to get the others side.

6. Cut out and fold along the blue lines.

7. Place in wallet, and enter argument

Side 1 in .pdf

Side 2 in .pdf

Side 1 in .html

Side 2 in .html

6 comments:

Steel said...

awesome summary!

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Harlequin said...

Good old anonymous... too dumb or too cowardly to sign up to blogger... I wonder did his mom or special ed teacher show him how to cut and paste diatribes...

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The Comet said...

While not claiming to be a bible student, most of these ' contracdictions', can be answered by reading those texts in context. Maybe if i have more time soon, i will offer rebuttals to them.
Remain Blessed as you continue studying the scriptures.

webmdave said...

The greatest expositor of Biblical contradictions was the late C. Dennis McKinsey who published 2 massive tomes through Prometheus Books using the designator "Biblical Errancy." On Multiply, there is a forum "Christian Biblical Errancy Debate" which has heated discussions of related issues, originally founded by advisors to Mr. McKinsey. Dennis also published nearly 200 issues of he personally produced errancy newsletter and had made available numerous audiotapesof his encounters with apologists, ministers and evangelists. He also videotaped dozens of his recitals of Biblical Errancy.