Apr 7, 2016

Explaining Anomalies

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Here's an excerpt from Explaining Anomalies, R.C. Sproul's contribution to the April issue of Tabletalk:

Unbelievers often allege that the Bible is "full of contradictions." I've noted in many places over the years, however, that most of the contradictions people suggest really do not qualify as contradictions but merely reflect the difference in perspective we get when several eyewitnesses describe the same event but give different details. In such cases, the accounts do not contradict one another; rather, each account may emphasize different aspects of the same event, such that we get a fuller picture when we see how the details can be harmonized. Variations in perspective are exactly what we should expect even in a divinely inspired text, for the Holy Spirit did not override the personalities and styles of the individual authors when they wrote.

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