Point: Sometimes when one engage in apologetics the issue of alleged Bible contradiction comes up. I just recently refuted an alleged contradiction; see my “Was Enoch the sixth or the seventh from Adam?” There are times when those who assert that there are contradictory verses in the Bible fail to a word in the context of authorial intent. But if one fail to recognize authorial intent, then a word in someone’s sentence can be taken out of context to mean something else so then a skeptic can easily assume there’s a Bible contradiction when there are none. Are there any examples of this error to get the point across to a skeptic of their foolish methodology and mistake?
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