Difference between revisions of "Talk:Biblical accuracy"

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:: Yes, thanks Philip.--[[User:Martib|Martib]] 11:25, 31 October 2008 (EDT)
:: Yes, thanks Philip.--[[User:Martib|Martib]] 11:25, 31 October 2008 (EDT)
Hey guys what should i sell my daughter for and how many slaves am i allowed to have according to the bible. Also should i agree with every law in the country since according to the bible (ROMANS 13:1,2 - "Everyone must submit to governing authorities. For all authority comes from God, and those in positions of authority have been placed there by God. So anyone who rebels against authority is rebelling against what God has instituted, and they will be punished.") the reigning authoritative figure is correct. Does this mean i should trust the reigning authoritative figure over the bible or should i trust the bible except for this statement.
on another note, am i allowed to burn homosexuals even though its wrong to kill in every situation according to the bible?
please enlighten me on these discrepancies
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Re:Luke. He was a good historian because he wrote about his contemporary time? Lolwut? HDCase 11:16, 30 October 2008 (EDT)

  • Writing about the time that one knows is not a guarantee of being accurate.
  • Many have disputed that the Bible was accurate, so Luke's accuracy is a valid point to make.
  • Most if not all of the Bible was written by contemporaries. So you'd agree that the entire Bible is accurate? (I do).
Philip J. Rayment 22:30, 30 October 2008 (EDT)

Is this article more about Biblical inerrancy, as opposed to accuracy? I think so, but maybe there's something here that's too subtle for me. Wouldn't be the first time! -- Martib 22:51, 30 October 2008 (EDT)

Inerrancy is the theological concept that they Bible must be without error, being God's revelation.
This article is about the evidence that the Bible is a very accurate historical record.
Does that clarify it for you?
Philip J. Rayment 02:09, 31 October 2008 (EDT)
Yes, thanks Philip.--Martib 11:25, 31 October 2008 (EDT)