Attack me all you want. It PROVES that you can not find solutions to the Bibles endless supply of errors and contradictions.<quoted text>
Lynyrd Skynyrd, Simple man..........
Pew warmers, eh.. You alan POE, are a pew jumper, who speaks/writes in an unknown tongue.... Amen!!
For example, if I claimed that the Bible said "there is no God" instead of attacking me the messenger you would correctly state that that was taken out of context and you would put it back into context to prove your case simply by quoting the entire verse:
Psalm 14:1, The fool says in his heart, "There is no God."
And you would prove me wrong. But you can't prove me wrong so instead you attack me because you do not like the Bible verses I post together which prove the Bible is unreliable and can not be trusted.
Why here is more proof: Many verses show God either does not know something or is seeking to obtain information. That is the clear import of Psalm 14:2 ("The Lord looked down from heaven upon the children of men, to see if there were any that did understand, and seek God"). Why would he look down to see if he already knew? Ezek. 20:3 says, "Thus saith the Lord God; Are ye come to inquire of me? As I live, saith the Lord God, I will not be inquired of by you." Again we see God seeking information. In Num. 22:9 ("And God came unto Balaam, and said, What men are these with thee?") we again find God seeking information. In Hosea 8:4 ("They have set up kings, but not by me: they have made princes, and I knew it not... ") and Gen. 18:21 ("I will go down now, and see whether they have done altogether according to the cry of it, which is come unto me; and if not, I will know") God directly states he lacks some information and, unless he is lying, the conclusion is clear. When he says He does not know something, that should settle the matter and would have done so long ago had anyone else been involved. But because his followers can not conceive of him being deficient in any respect, they don't believe him. I, on the other hand, take him at his word. It's only reasonable that if he said it, he meant it. Biblicists are actually saying to God: You don't really mean that God, now do you Oh, yes he does. Don't they believe Scripture! They sure do when it fits their needs and complies with their predilections. One could also consult Gen. 3:9, Gen. 4:5-6, 4:9, 2 Chron. 32:31, and Amos 9:3 for additional confirmation of God's lack of omniscience. As is so often true, once biblicists have a concept embedded in their psyche, God himself can't change their minds.