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Where was Jesus after his crucifixion and before his Ascension into heaven? Isn’t it a contradiction that long before the Ascension He said to a murderer being crucified next to Him: “Today, you shall be with Me in Paradise.”?
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A serious question raised by the critic. Is it possible to fall from grace? Having once accepted Christ, is it yet possible to be lost forever? Some texts seem to suggest so.
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The critic sees a Bible Contradiction in a saying of Jesus in John’s Gospel about the temple in Jerusalem, and two sayings of other people in Matthew and Mark, also about the temple. It takes a lot of thinking about the question: What is it that the critic sees as a contradiction?
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The critic has found a new bone to pick, however without much meat. What was the place where the women stood? Near or far away from the cross?
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The critic has a problem with the Last Judgement. Will God judge people by their (good or bad) deeds or by their belief?
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No sign? In three Gospels the question came to Jesus to do a miracle, a sign. And in all occasions Jesus was disgusted about it. Why?
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The privilege to eat from every plant and tree with fruit yielding seed is given to Adam and Eve at the sixth day. As the Lord didn’t make an exception here it is correct to read every tree as all the trees on earth and also in the Garden of Eden. However the same day God had spoken to Adam, before the creation of Eve, to not eat from the tree of Knowledge.
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If there is water in a glass and water outside that glass, is that a Contradiction? Of course not. It is only perceived as a Contradiction by those who cannot imagine it. Likewise, if God created heaven and earth, is it a Contradiction that Jesus being Lord and God, took his part in creation?
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In Acts there are three testimonies of Paul’s conversion on his way to Damascus. The criticism is that there are contradictions in them.... What now?
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Interesting enough not only critics, also theologians are really in trouble about the information of Jesus’ resurrection in the Gospels. The disturbing aspect is not only the miracle part of the occurrence, but also that a real story, a real narrative, is lacking in any of the Gospels.
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