Pantheon of Important People on the Bible
Story that reflects the ideals of the people
Story that Examples the ideals of the Bible
Second Story that reflects the ideals of the People
Explanation of the ideals of the Bible
Professional criticism of the Bible
The professional criticism that I found on the internet on the Bible was called "The Holy Bible: The Book of Lies" by Beherit. The author strongly expressed his/her feelings on the religious book. Beherit gave many examples on how the Bible was at fault and had a lot of empty spaces that were not filled.
One example that the author gave to support his ideas was of the story of Adam and Eve. He explained as so:
"Supposedly back in the Garden of Eden era there was neither sin nor anything else that could be evil except the serpent (Satan) who offered Eve the ability to be as smart and powerful as God, etc... But Eve wouldn't have eaten the apple unless there was already greed and envy..."
Another example was the following:
"The Bible says "thou shalt not kill" but is says that it is perfectly fine to kill a homosexual. It is stated in Leviticus 20:13, :If a man alos lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have commited an abomination; they shall surely be PUT TO DEATH; their blood upon them..."
And yet another example from the article:
"...However in the Bible it says that humans are imperfect (only God is perfect) and that we all are sinners. However, if the Bible was written by man, then it must be full of sins as well as mistakes. I come to the conclusion that the Bible is nothing but a book of hypocracy and contradiction."
Obviously, Beherit felt strongly that the Bible was a contradiction to all of the beliefs of the people and that the pages are full of hypocracy.
Batchelor, Mary. The Children's Bible. 1985, Lion Publishing Co.
Now comes the cool part
Here some cool links that anyone who is intersted in might enjoy! =)
http.//www.iclnet.org/pub/resources/christian resourcese.html.1994-1997 by ICLNet.
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