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A collection of observations supported by direct quotes, highlighting some of the more egregious self-contradictions of the Bible:

"4) GOD IS SEEN AND HEARD but GOD IS INVISIBLE AND CANNOT BE HEARD"

"5) GOD IS TIRED AND RESTS but GOD IS NEVER TIRED AND NEVER RESTS"

"8) GOD IS ALL-POWERFUL but GOD IS NOT ALL-POWERFUL"

"10) GOD IS JUST AND IMPARTIAL but GOD IS UNJUST AND PARTIAL"

"11) GOD IS THE AUTHOR OF EVIL but GOD IS NOT THE AUTHOR OF EVIL"

"14) GOD IS WARLIKE but GOD IS PEACEFUL"

Yes yes, many segments of the Bible are not to be taken literally, but upon what criteria do we judge between fact and allegory?


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Last updated December 14, 2010