Contradictions in the Bible?

Episode 1455

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2 Responses to Contradictions in the Bible?

  1. Most of what you share is excellent, but this video got under my skin. I agree that there aren’t any contradictions in the Gospels, but I think it’s ludicrous that we’re still trying to pass off this idea that Jesus died on Friday. The Word teaches that he was in the grave for three full days and three full nights, so it’s a *terrible contradiction* to pretend that he was crucified on Friday. Mr. Friel, please do some research into the Jewish calendar and holy days and what they have to teach us about the timing of Passover and Resurrection (First Fruits). God bless.

  2. willjkinney says:

    Hi brother Todd Friel and other saints. Sir, you are totally incorrect when you say “there are NO contradictions in the Bible.” You don’t really believe that; so why do you say it? It all depends on WHICH Bible you happen to be referring to. Let me prove my point. It would be nice if you actually got back to us on this, instead of dodging the tough questions like James White does.

    Take the Bible Agnostic Test. See how you do. Then let us know which readings are 100% historical truth and are NOT contradictions in the Bible. OK? Care to give it an honest shot?

    You will find The Bible Agnostic Test just a few lines down in this article I put together.

    The Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy = just more Evangelical mumbo jumbo signifying nothing.

    http://brandplucked.webs.com/chicagostate.htm

    “He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.” Luke 8:8

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