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VIDEO: Moments that Matter – Contradictions (Part VI): Do the Accounts of Jesus’ Life Contradict Themselves?

Some say Jesus is surrounded by contradictions. In a recent podcast we began with one particular discrepancy relating to his name.  Another is when did Jesus start his teaching?  When listed, these issues can really look daunting. What are the logical and scriptural answers to these and other questions?  Watch this short v/log then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.

VIDEO: Moments that Matter – Contradictions (Part V): What Profound Secret Does Creation Reveal?

The first verse of the Bible reads, “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth...” In a recent podcast we saw this verse as the foundation for great misrepresentation and great truth. Think, “In the beginning”, what beginning? Is it the beginning of the universe?  Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.

VIDEO: Moments that Matter – Contradictions (Part III): Does God Contradict Himself?

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.

VIDEO: Bonus – Is the Bible Full of Contradictions?

Listen in as Christian Questions Host, Rick, and CQ Contributor, Julie, discuss two questions related to our recent podcasts on Bible contradictions and demonstrate a methodology that can be used to understand how to see how the scriptures compliment instead of contradict each other. Our conversation included: (2:40) Why wouldn't a book from God be flawless and therefore totally reliable? (6:10) Possible reasons for discrepancies between seemingly "contradictory" Scriptures. (11:33) The Bible is full of human sacrifices and killing. How can that be acceptable?