How Bart Ehrman turns differences into contradictions

This was a good post from Erik Manning. I’ve long wanted to write something along the same lines. Now I don’t have to! Many skeptics will claim that the Bible contains “contradictions,” but their examples are usually just “differences.” In case you didn’t know, a “difference” and a “contradiction” are not the same thing.

How Bart Ehrman turns differences into contradictions

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Published by Haden Clark

Husband / Dog Dad / B.A. Business Administration / M.A. Theological Studies / M.B.A. Finance

One thought on “How Bart Ehrman turns differences into contradictions

  1. Ah ys. I remember going to one of his lectures. He spent forever on why the Gospel of Thomas doesn’t belong. Great criteria. Then he quickly summarized a new set of criteria for why half the Gospels don’t belong with Mark, then ended the lecture before elaborating.

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