Articles Tagged: Psalms (6 Posts)

Some argue that the Bible is contradictory concerning whether it is a sin to call someone a “fool.” The argument is that Matthew 5:22 says that it is a sin to call someone a “fool,” but Psalm 14:1 and Matthew 23:17 suggest that it is not a sin to call someone a “fool.” However, the […]

Some argue that the Bible is contradictory concerning whether God is good to all. The argument is that Psalm 145:9 says that God is good to all, but this seems to be contradicted by passages like Isaiah 45:6-7, Jeremiah 18:11, Lamentations 3:38, and Ezekiel 20:26. However, the solution to this alleged contradiction in the Bible […]

Some argue that the Bible is contradictory concerning whether anyone is righteous and if every human has sinned. The argument is that Genesis 7:1, Job 1:1, and Luke 1:5-6 say that some people are righteous, while Romans 3 and Psalm 14:3 say that no human is righteous. However, there is a very simple explanation that […]

Some argue that the Bible is contradictory concerning whether the earth will remain forever. The argument is that Psalm 104:5 and Ecclesiastes 1:4 say that the earth will remain forever, but Isaiah 65:17 and 2 Peter 3:10 say that the earth will not remain forever. However, the answer to this alleged contradiction in the Bible […]

Some argue that the Bible is contradictory concerning whether God loves or hates people. The argument is that John 3:16, Romans 5:8, and 1 John 4:7-8, 16 say that God loves people, but Psalm 5:5, 11:5, Proverbs 6:16-19, and Hosea 9:15 say that God hates people. However, the solution to this alleged contradiction in the […]

Some argue that the God of the Bible is immoral because Psalm 137:9 says that someone who dashes “little ones” against the rock is blessed. However, when properly interpreted, there is simply no moral problem with Psalm 137:9. Psalm 137:9 – Dashing Little Ones Against the Rock Blessed shall he be who takes your little […]

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