posted on May, 7 2014 @ 04:50 AM
originally posted by: borntowatchYou didnt believe in questioning the bible as a Christian, thats sad.
I was a child when I was became a Christian and as such didn't question the world I knew so little about at the time.
originally posted by: borntowatchIts a book written by men, its historical, its history. You are arguing over a few
numbers.. What does it prove to you?
It proves to me it's not the infallible words of God written through his righteous followers. I was not arguing merely pointing that out. I even said
some of the things I mentioned are ultimately irrelevant errors. Nonetheless they are errors. I go back to the concept that the Bible is supposed to
be the infallible words of God which supposes there can be no errors.
What other types of errors could there be?
Why would God allow any errors however irrelevant and explainable?
I'm not saying minor errors are proof God didn't author the Bible through his faithful servants. One thing I thought about while writing this reply is
the original texts. I would be interested to see if those same errors exist.
I said in my previous post, "There are more than enough things wrong with Abrahamic religions that I call BS"
, and it is my opinion that
whatever truth may be in there, has been twisted/used as a way to manipulate people (Catholicism especially). However I could be wrong. The only thing
questioning anything has given me, is more questions. So I'm doomed!
Thanks for those links they were interesting reads. I plan on reading more about that clay tablet, the Nebuchadnezzar Inscription
. In regards
to some prophecies, I have read that some of the books that contain them were actually written after the fact. Do you know anything about that?
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