While so many of us cling to the Apostle Paul's example and teaching, others are repelled by him and label him as a self-contradicting, hypocritical deceiver. Who is right?
Did the Apostle Paul contradict himself? Did he say different things to different people just to gain their favor?
VIDEO: Moments that Matter – Does the Apostle Paul Contradict Himself? (Part 1): Contradiction Series
Was Paul a people pleaser or a true servant of Christ? Was he a deceitful or an honest minister? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Critics say Jesus’ earthly life was filled with contradictions which provide reasonable cause to doubt the validity of what he did, taught and stood for. They also point to these inconsistencies as proof the Bible is not the unerring word of God.
VIDEO: Moments that Matter – Contradictions (Part IV): Why So Many Contradictions Surrounding Jesus’ Resurrection?
The four Gospels report several details of Jesus’ resurrection differently, but we believe inconsistencies actually lend to credibility. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Probably the most important event in all of biblical history is the resurrection of Jesus after his crucifixion. Then why does there seem to be so many discrepancies in the gospel record?
In a recent podcast we examined several areas critics claim the Bible sends mixed messages about God. One is the general accusation that God is a God of confusion. God should just reveal Himself and make everyone happy! That’s a nice storybook-like approach but it has no basis in reality. God is a God of plans and purposes that are far too complex be known by everyone. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
There are several Scriptures that seem to expose contradictions about God. These involve His actions, flaws in His character and general confusion about what He wants from us.
This is Part 2 in a series where we exhaustively address supposed contradictions in the Bible.
There are many biblical accounts that could easily leave you scratching your head and wondering “why would God do that?’ As a result many assert that God is basically a monster. In a recent podcast, we dealt with one example: God telling Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac. What kind of God would require such a thing? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.