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Comments about the soundtrack for The Passion of the Christ (John Debney)

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If the Bible sounds like it contradicts itself...
• Posted by: Scorehound   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, March 31, 2004, at 10:21 a.m.
• IP Address: d198-53-59-134.abhsia.telus.net
• In Response to: Jesus was never crucified (Acehit)

If the Bible sounds like it contradicts itself just remember that most of the books were written by different people across a span of many hundreds if not thousands of years. The bible is one massive collection of spiritual works written by many authors, not by one author. Each writer uses his or her experiences with God and his/her people in their writings. What is amazing is that so many books of the Bible actually follow the historical facts that many historians and archaeologists have uncovered over the years. Even the Book of Isaiah, in its original paper were discovered among the Dead Sea scrolls.. These finds and works are amazing.

So before people come on here and say "The Bible oss false" and "The Bible contradicts itself" just remember that the Bible is not one big book but many smaller books...like The Lord of the Rings Trilogy. It is really 6 books, not 3.




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