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What Mistakes Are In The Bible?

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Posted by William Witt on April 9, 2004 19:06:27 UTC

First, what is a mistake: an error, like 2+2=3?
If all the authors of bible agreed exactly, that might imply that they were working together, like witnesses at a trial trying to get their stories straight.
A few discrepencies actualy strengthen the bible recard as authentic. For example the Demoniac of Gedara, or Gaderenes, one is a city, the other a provice, one in Matt. one in Luke. Discrepency, not contradiction. One possed man in one account, two in other account. A contracdiction? no, a discrepency. There might have been two, but one author only wrote about one man. Not a contradiction.
What mistakes? And what to you is a mistake?

The bible is the most reliable historic document in existance. If you dont know this then you are not a scholar, you are ignorant. Read something beside what you want to believe. Get the facts.

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