The Bible says that Pi = 3<quoted text>
"Now the Hebrews were not an especially technological society; when Solomon built his Temple he had to hire Phoenecian artisans for the really technical work. So the author of this passage may not have known the exact value of pi, or thought his readers might not be aware that specifying the diameter of a circle automatically specifies its circumference. In any case, the essential point was the impressive size of the cauldron, and its dimensions were only approximate, because the ratio of the circumference to the diameter is stated to be EXACTLY 3! rather than the real value of pi which is 3.14159...."
What how could this be?
The bible said to build it ratio of the circumference to the diameter to 3 and son of a gun it is 3 and not Pi.
Hmmm maybe God didn't want to use Pi?
None of your apologetics can change that.
Do you also dispute the Bible when it says that the world and everything on it was created in six days?