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Editor’s Pick: David’s Census Disproves Biblical Inerrancy Theory

I love the Bible.  I love it so much!  I love it flaws and all…

But whenever people try to tell me that it is flawless and inerrant, I feel like they have taken away from the book I love.  I wonder if we read the same Bible.  I wonder if they truly know and appreciate the book they have built their faith on.  Because you can’t love something or someone you don’t know.  If you can’t acknowledge, accept and appreciate their flaws, then it isn’t them you love, but your idea of them…

People argue so vehemently that my profession that the Bible is not inerrant is baseless and actually diminishes GOD, who they believe is the Author of this sacred book, from start to finish, every word.  Well, I hate to burst your bubble, but there are various documented inconsistencies and contradictions in the Book.  The truth is you only need one to disprove this theory of Biblical Inerrancy.  Today, I want to spotlight one I discovered recently.  It is the account of David and the census he ordered to be done on Israel and Judah recorded in 2 Samuel 24 and 1 Chronicles 21.

If you check both accounts…

Read more at https://ufuomaee.blog/davids-census-disproves-biblical-inerrancy-theory

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