The Contradictions in the Bible Prove It Is Wrong

The Truth Is…

To us, the existence of a single contradiction in a supposedly inerrant, infallible document, no matter how slight, is evidence that the document (IE Bible) is false and every statement in it may be false. Contradictions are a very serious matter in a book alleged to be written, directed, whatever by an omniscient God and/or the Holy Spirit. If God and his sidekick, the Holy Spirit were truly omniscient, they could not possibly have supervised and directed a document that is riddled with error (contradictions are a form of error);  yet the Bible is full of them.

The best, very best presentation is presented in an interactive graph format at VizBib.

Go there right now!  There is no point reading anything below.

Numerous authors have compiled lists of the bibles contradictions (see below) It is not our purpose here to enumerate all the contradictions. Rather, we will provide our favorite and the point you to those others who have itemized all the contradictions.

Our Favorite Contradiction

Exodus 20:13  Thou Shalt Not Kill
the sixth commandment, presented to Moses by God for the Children of Israel.

Now having said that, here is Mose’s command to his officers who had spared the women and children of  the Midianites:

Numbers 31:17 -18

Now therefore kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him.
But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves.

Now how about that for a contradiction? The same guy who issues the sixth commandment, then issues order to violate it.  KILL all the boy children, kill all the non virgin women, and rape all the virgin children.

But that’s just one of many. To see some of the others check out these lists compiled by others.

Links to Lists of Contradictions

420 Contradictions by Donald Morgan (these are well presented; contradictions are very obvious)

1551 Condradictions   book by book, by David Wells.

Impossible Numbers of the Armies of the Children of Isreal  by Willian Sierichs, Jr.

Errors Ranked by Significance to the Jesus Story.

The Secular Web  (dissects and analyzes eight glaring discrepancies)


5 comments on “The Contradictions in the Bible Prove It Is Wrong

  1. cath8r says:

    And my dog’s thoughts are not my thoughts. And my wife’s thoughts are not my friend’s thoughts. WOW

  2. danny clark says:

    I’ve just finished writing a book, “The Contradiction of God : Why Everything You Thought You Knew About God is Wrong” , that may be of some interest to you. It is an examination of the the well-known words of God through the prophet Isaiah, “My thoughts are not your thoughts”.

    Instead of defining His thoughts as what they “are”, like the rest of us do, apparently God finds it more illuminating to simply define them as what they “are not”. And what are His thoughts “not”? Astonishingly, Isaiah declares in no uncertain terms, that they are simply “not your thoughts”. And not by just a little, here and there, now and again, but apparently, “My thoughts are not your thoughts”, every time and everywhere, without exception, by an immeasurable difference, “as high as the heavens are above the earth” according to His very own unimpeachable Self-Expert testimony. And that utterly contradictory thought, if you really think about it, simply changes every other thought about His thoughts.

    In fact, if that is not your ground-zero starting point, you are guaranteed, without exception, to wind up precisely as far from His thoughts “as the heavens are above the earth”.

    At least, that’s the way God tells it. You, of course, may disagree. Apparently, most people do.

    A free PDF copy of the book (326 pages) can be downloaded at TheContradictionofGod.org

    Love in Christ,

    Danny

      • The Village Idiot says:

        Supreme TruthSayer: “Huh!” Is a common response to a low IQ individual when he is befuddle. (Maybe I shouldn’t have used such an archaic term!-I am referring to the term befuddle) Any way, another expressive interjections is “UGH”, “DUH” or the Homer version: D’OH and the best one that I like the most is “HM” because it makes you sound intellectual and that you are in a deeper state of thought even though you don’t have a clue. Or if you are really smart you tell them you don’t have a clue of what he is talking about and then you blame him for not been able to express himself correctly. But this one usually requires more energy (from the brain-that is) to implement. Hey, maybe you could read Danny Clark Cliff’s notes. Hee-hee

        I am going to give you a conundrum: It doesn’t surprise me that the Bible is full of errors but the Scriptures are still the word of The Creator.
        Now you can say “Huh” again or maybe take my advice and use instead “HM”.

        By the way I had a great laugh by your understanding of the word “Eloahim”. Sorry, going archaic on you again “Elohim”. Add your own expressive interjection here [ ]!

        Signed by: The Village Idiot

        P.S. I told you I love profiling (I mean the real thing-not the show stuff you see in TV); didn’t I? Fair warning is fair warning.

  3. mwmccollum says:

    Believers will probably argue that the Ten Commandments were meant only for gods chosen, to regulate how they were to interact with one another. through your own admission, god was speaking to the jews only.

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