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2 Kings

Twenty five proposed Bible Contradictions of SAB; in general attempts to put new life in ancient and dead examples.
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Again a series of 25 SAB Contradictions. Not any one of them turns out to be a real Bible Contradiction. Good advice to all Bible Contradictors: Please, do your homework before you speak!
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Is it wrong to lie? Generally spoken: Yes, it is wrong to lie. And that is the rule the Bible teaches. However, what to answer to lying people, who want to harm us or others with the information we offer them?
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When king Josiah heard about the discovery of the scroll of the Law in the temple, he was astonished to learn that so much was unknown to him about his religion. As he was so concerned about the matter a prophecy to him said that he would be buried in peace ...
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Did king Josiah die in Megiddo or in Jerusalem? Are the biblical records divided in this matter?
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What about the expression: “I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children, on the third and the fourth generation of those who hate Me, …” (Exodus 20:5) The first of again 25 SAB Contradictions.
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For a critic who doesn’t like to study any context, supposing that the word of God is like a vending machine – putting in a coin and the answer rolls out – it seems a contradiction that someone becomes king when he is eight years old and again when he becomes eighteen years old. How is this possible?
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What is the source for most Bible Contradictions? That’s a good question. Certainly not the Bible, much too lengthy for Bible critics. Reading this proposed contradiction it’s hard to avoid the impression that they buy a cheap book with a respectable number of Bible Contradictions, and Voila! - they start a site.
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An unfulfilled prophecy? Jeremiah once prophesied that Jehoiakim would have no one sitting on the throne of David. What might be the meaning of this word, as his son Jehoiachin became king after him.
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The numbers of the Hebrew kings have often been shown to be difficult issues for Bible readers and students. And of course Bible critics have always pounced upon them to show that the Bible is so very wrong. Here we have the question: when did Jehoash start as king in Israel?
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