3 months ago #10
    JDavidC posted...
    You'll need to find flaws rather than say 'can be wrong'.


    "Can be wrong" is a flaw, though. You assume that God sends people to be punished eternally, for example. Not all Christians believe this. If your wrong, s major part of your argument dies

    It doesn't even have to be "the Bible is corrupt", you could just have come away with the wrong conclusion, which doesn't necessarily reflect poorly on the Bible itself

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    3 months ago
    JDavidC posted...
    You'll need to find flaws rather than say 'can be wrong'.


    "Can be wrong" is a flaw, though. You assume that God sends people to be punished eternally, for example. Not all Christians believe this, for example. This could radically change your argument.

    It doesn't even have to be "the Bible is corrupt", you could just have come away with the wrong conclusion, which doesn't necessarily reflect poorly on the Bible itself
    3 months ago
    JDavidC posted...
    You'll need to find flaws rather than say 'can be wrong'.


    "Can be wrong" is a flaw, though. You assume that God sends people to be punished eternally, for example. Not all Christians believe this. This could radically change your argument.

    It doesn't even have to be "the Bible is corrupt", you could just have come away with the wrong conclusion, which doesn't necessarily reflect poorly on the Bible itself