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

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Re: If the Bible sounds like it contradicts itself...
• Posted by: Tim   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, October 4, 2006, at 8:22 a.m.
• IP Address: 69.216.102.80
• In Response to: If the Bible sounds like it contradicts itself... (Scorehound)

> 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.

Hah! Lord of the Rings... I love it!!

But yeah, here's another one:

For those of you who say that the Bible has been changed massively over the millenia, consider that even compared to the oldest known texts (estimated at something like 100 years after actual writing [that's less of a gap than most texts we use for 'factual' Roman history in schools and colleges, just to provide some context]) it is shockingly accurate, with the 'errors' most people purport merely being a different wording of the same idea. ('Serve your enemies' as opposed to 'Serve those who hate you,' that sort of thing...)

Just more fuel for the fire...

-Tim




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