Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Biblical Contradiction VIII

While displaying ignorance in multiple areas, atheists demonstrate this deficiency frequently in their description of Biblical “contradictions.” What is a contradiction? A simple definition comes to us from Stanley Jevons’ Elementary Lessons in Logic, says: “Nothing can both be and not be” (1928, p. 117).

A woman named Prolepsis
Jesus was reclining at a table, enjoying a meal with tax collectors and other “sinners.” A woman of the street came to where Jesus was and broke open a bottle of very expensive perfume. It was worth at least 60,000 dollars. John 12:6

Obviously the Bible is full of contradictions because they didn’t even have dollars in those days and they certainly didn’t make 60,000 dollars a year at that time.

1st Chronicles 29:7

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