When applied against its own standard, the Skeptic Annotated Bible shows itself to be hypocritical. It cannot support the weight of its own claims
Yesterday’s post “What was Solomon’s payment to Hiram?” got me thinking about how ridiculous the Skeptic Annotated Bible’s claim was that there was a Bible contradiction with the two verses the website cited. Two passages with overlapping truths in which one verse happen to mention additional details than the other verse is a far stretch from it being a Bible contradiction.
This isn’t the first time the listing from the Skeptic Annotated Bible pull off a similar mistake. When I surveyed my Collection of Posts Responding to Bible Contradictions) I noticed the skeptic did the same thing with “What did the sign over Jesus’s head say?”
There’s a whole bunch of one with the skeptics attack on how many individuals there were for several events; see as examples (though not exhaustive): How many women came to the sepulchre?, How many men were possessed with demons at…
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