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by William Henry Burr

Author: William Henry Burr
Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
Language: English
Publisher: Prometheus Books (September 1, 1987)
Pages: 96 pages
Category: Christian Books
Rating: 4.2
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The infamous book that illustrates the contradictory nature of the Bible, fully backed with reference points.

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Published anonymously by Burr in pamphlet form, Self-Contradictions of the Bible was, and remains an essential reference work for Atheists, Biblical skeptics and doubters, as well as believers who want to know what the opposition is up to. It is a set of 144 thematically organized. It is a set of 144 thematically organized pairs of Bible quotations that for the most part, will immediately induce cognitive dissonance in some. You have been warned. Burr was not an academic: he was a newspaper reporter, an Atheist obviously, a supporter of Darwinism, but an amateur Bible scholar, and sometimes that shows in the selections.

Self-Contradictions of the Bible book. In it Burr answers text with text, proposition with proposition, and doctrine with doctrine - a tactic that infuriated his evangelical opponents. Here, in its original 1860 format, the reader can come to appreciate a classic of nineteenth-century religious liberation.

Self-Contradictions of the Bible by William Henry Burr New York: A. J. Davis & Company. Theological doctrines 1. god is satisfied with his works. And God saw everything that he had made, and behold it was very good. Gen. 6:. 2. god dwells in chosen temples. And the Lord appeared to Solomon by night, and said unto him: I have heard thy prayer, and have chosen this place to myself for a house of sacrifice. For now have I chosen and sanctified this house, that my name may be there forever; and mine eyes and my heart shall be there perpetually.

Bible's Contradictions. Initially published anonymously, this short pamphlet basically gives a long list of contradictions in the Bible regarding Theological Doctrines, Moral Precepts, Historical Facts, and Speculative Doctrines

Bible's Contradictions. Initially published anonymously, this short pamphlet basically gives a long list of contradictions in the Bible regarding Theological Doctrines, Moral Precepts, Historical Facts, and Speculative Doctrines. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

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Speculative Doctrines. Self-contradictions of the bible. By william henry burr. Self-Contradictions Of The Bible By William Henry Burr

Speculative Doctrines. Self-Contradictions Of The Bible By William Henry Burr. Theological Doctrines Moral Precepts Historical Facts Speculative Doctrines. 1. THEOLOGICAL DOCTRINES.

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Self-Contradictions of the Bible. Author: Burr, William Henry, 1819-1908. Subject: Bible - Criticism, interpretation, etc. Call number: BS533. Note: New York: A. Davis and Company, 1860.

Bible's contradictions is an essential manual of bible's quotations for atheist and skeptics . Bible's Contradictions - William Henry Burr.

Bible's contradictions is an essential manual of bible's quotations for atheist and skeptics: Good works to be seen of men. Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works. carousel previous carousel next. Jesus, Interrupted: Revealing the Hidden Contradictions in the Bible (And Why We Don't Know About Them).

Fundamentalism - the belief that the Bible is the inspired, inerrant, and literally true word of God - thrives on ignorance, not just of a general sort, but an ignorance of the Bible itself. The ability to perceive contradictions in a written text, to appreciate the nuances of historical and literary context or the intentions that ancient writers hide beneath their words are hard-acquired skills in the best of times. Fundamentalism presupposes none of them. Rather, it marks a return to the rote memorization of tropes and verses that stood at the beginning of the demystifying process. When a fundamentalist says he "knows" the Bible, he means only that he can repeat its content selectively, often citing the Old Testament as though it were little more than a prelude to the New.Self-Contradictions of the Bible is an ingenious response to fundamentalism. Compiled in 1859 by William Henry Burr and published anonymously, this work made modest inroads to public opinion but then went quickly out of print in 1890, long before the famous Scopes trial. In it Burr answers text with text, proposition with proposition, and doctrine with doctrine - a tactic that infuriated his evangelical opponents.Here, in its original 1860 format, the reader can come to appreciate a classic of nineteenth-century religious liberation.