Thursday, April 22, 2010

Cashing in cans

The local recycling place where we take our cans to be recycled was today (being Earth Day) paying double what they mornally do for aluminum cans. We took in two sacks and got 70 cents per pound for them. Next we went down the street to a drug store and bought a bottle of vitamins.

We had lunch at Subway and also went by the library.

I heard from two of my readers who were upset with what I had written about the Bible. When you write something that cast doubt on the reliability of the Bible, some people find that threatening. If the Bible is wrong on some points, then the bible may be wrong on anything. Without the reliability of scripture, all of Christianity is open to doubt.

What if there is no afterlife? What if this life is all there is? What if you never again get to see loved ones who have passed on? Showing that the scriptures contain errors makes these questions relevant.

If you are interested in the subject of errors in the Bible, let me recommend the web site whose link is found below:

There are many ways to use this resource. Under "Highlights," you will see a list of 14 topics. Click on "contradictions" to view contradictions.

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