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In the book of Genesis chapter 20

In verse 12, Abraham admitted that his wife Sara was the daughter of his father, but not the daughter of his mother

BUT

In Leviticus chapter 18 verse 6, it reads “No man shall approach to her that is near of kin to him to uncover her nakedness.

In Leviticus chapter 18 verse 9, it reads “Thou shalt not uncover the nakedness of thy sister by father or by mother…

In Leviticus chapter 20 verse 17, it reads “If any man take his sister, the daughter of his father, or the daughter of his mother and see her nakedness … they have committed a crime: they shall be slain…

In Deuteronomy chapter 27 verse 22, it reads “Cursed be he who lieth with his sister, the daughter of his father, or of his mother…

 

In the book of Genesis chapter 22

In verse 1, it reads that “God tempted Abraham …” [God’s temptation of men is repeated in other verses (Genesis 22:1; 2 Samuel 24:1; Jeremiah 20:7; Matthew 6:13), but it is contradicted in the New Testament in James 1:13], and in verse 2, Abraham was told to sacrifice “… his only son Isaac.

BUT

In Genesis 16:16, Abraham already had a son named Ishmael, and six sons with his second wife Cetura (Genesis 25:1). [The instruction to sacrifice Isaac is a direct contradiction of Genesis 17:19 and Deuteronomy 12:30]

 

In the book of Genesis chapter 23

In verse 1, it reads, “And Sara lived a hundred and twenty seven years.” [another exception to Gen 6:3]

 

In the book of Genesis chapter 25

In verse 7, it reads “And the days of Abraham’s life were a hundred and seventyfive years.” [another exception to Gen 6:3]

 

In the book of Genesis chapter 25

In verse 17, it reads, “And the years of Ismael’s life were a hundred and thirtyseven…” [another exception to Gen 6:3]

 

In the book of Genesis chapter 32

In the book of Genesis, chapter 32

In verses 24-26, “So Jacob was left alone, and a man wrestled with him till daybreak. 25 "When the man saw that he could not overpower him, he touched the socket of Jacob’s hip so that his hip was wrenched as he wrestled with the man. 26 Then the man said, ‘Let me go, for it is day break’.”  (NIV) [How is it possible that Jacob wrestled with God, and God lost? Then, God, clearly a sore loser, made Jacob lame.]

In verse 30, it reads, “And Jacob called the name of the place Phanuel, saying: I have seen God face to face, and my soul has been saved.” (NIV) 

BUT

In Exodus 32:20, we read “Thou canst see my face, for man shall not see my face and live.”

In verse 30, it reads, “And Jacob called the name of the place Phanuel, saying: I have seen God face to face, and my soul has been saved.”

In Exodus chapter 33 verse 20, the Lord said to Moses “Thou canst not see my face: for man shall not see me and live.”

[Oddly, in Exodus chapter 33 verse 23, the Lord said to Moses “And I will take away my hand and thou shalt see my back parts: but my face thou canst not see. [Another reference to God’s body occurs in Jeremiah 18:17 of the NIV, although the translations of this verse vary.]

In John chapter 1 verse 18, it reads “No man hath seen God at any time …”

In John chapter 5 verse 37, it reads “And the Father himself who hath sent me hath given testimony of me neither have you heard his voice nor seen his shape. …”

In the 1st Epistle of Saint Paul to Timothy chapter 6 verses 15-16, it reads “…the Lord of Lords; who only hath immortality, and inhabiteth light inaccessible, whom no man hath seen nor can see…”

 

In the book of Genesis, chapter 35

In verse 28, it reads, “And the days of Isaac were a hundred and eighty years.”  [another exception to Gen 6:3]

 

In the book of Genesis, chapter 47

In verse 28, it reads, “…and all the days of his life came to a hundred and fortyseven years.”   [another exception to Gen 6:3]

 

In the book of Exodus, chapter 4

In verse 28, it reads, "But I will harden his heart so that he will not let the people go.” NIV [Why would God take such an action, when he could have softened Pharoh’s heart. Instead, he chose to harden Pharoh’s heart, and then impose a terrible plague, namely killing the firstborn.]

 

In verse 21- 24, it reads, “24 At a lodging place on the way, the Lord met Moses and was about to kill him. 25 But Zipporah took a flint knife, cut off her son’s foreskin and touched Moses’ feet with it. “Surely you are a bridegroom of blood to me,” she said. 26 So, the Lord let him alone” NIV [WHAT? God had decided to kill Moses, but was dissuaded by an outrageous gesture? This passage is in direct contradiction with Num 23:19; 1 Sam 15:29; Psalms 33:11, 102:25-27; Ezekiel 24:14; Malachi 3:6; and James 1:17.]

 

In the book of Genesis chapter 35

In verse 28, it reads, “And the days of Isaac were a hundred and eighty years.” [another exception to Gen 6:3]

 

In the book of Genesis chapter 47

In verse 28, it reads, “…and all the days of his life came to a hundred and forty seven years.” [another exception to Gen 6:3]

 

In the book of Exodus chapter 6

Three exceptions to Genesis 6:3 are recorded in verse 16 (Levi, 137), verse 18 (Caath, 133), and verse 20 (Amram, 137).

 

In the book of Exodus chapter 7

Verses 19 and 20 read: The LORD said to Moses, "Tell Aaron, 'Take your staff and stretch out your hand over the waters of Egypt—over the streams and canals, over the ponds and all the reservoirs'-and they will turn to blood. Blood will be everywhere in Egypt, even in the wooden buckets and stone jars."

Moses and Aaron did just as the LORD had commanded. He raised his staff in the presence of Pharaoh and his officials and struck the water of the Nile, and all the water was changed into blood. The fish in the Nile died, and the river smelled so bad that the Egyptians could not drink its water. Blood was everywhere in Egypt. NIV

BUT

In verse 24, it reads “But the Egyptian magicians did the same things by their secret arts, and Pharaoh's heart became hard; he would not listen to Moses and Aaron, just as the LORD had said. 23 Instead, he turned and went into his palace, and did not take even this to heart. And all the Egyptians dug along the Nile to get drinking water, because they could not drink the water of the river.” NIV [An inconsistency occurred here because “all the water was changed into blood”. Therefore, by digging along the Nile the Egyptians would have encountered blood, not water.]

In the book of Exodus chapter 9

Moses tells Pharaoh to free the Hebrews or else God will unleash another plague (number 5).  Exodus 9:3 “Behold my hand shall be upon thy fields: and a very grievous murrain upon thy horses, and asses, and camels, and oxen, and sheep.”  Pharaoh refused to release the people, and God unleashed the plague.  Exodus 9:6 “The Lord therefore did this thing the next day: and all the beasts of the Egyptians died, but of the beasts of the children of Israel there died not one.

BUT

Later, God unleashed another plague number 7 (hail) which killed all the Egyptian livestock and crops.  Exodus 9:25 “And the hail destroyed through all the land of Egypt all things that were in the fields, both man and beast: and the hail smote every herb of the field, and it broke every tree of the country.span>” [If the fifth plague destroyed “… all the beasts …” then there could not have been any beasts left to destroy with plague 7.]

 

In the book of Exodus chapter 20

In verse 2, it reads “I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery.

BUT

In chapter 21, God gives the laws to manage slavery.

 

In the book of Exodus chapter 20

The Commandments are given, one of which is “Thou shall not bear false testimony against thy neighbor.” verse 20:16

BUT

In 1 Kings 22:20-23, God tells an angel to lie in order to destroy enemies.

 

In the book of Exodus chapter 24

In verse 12, the Lord says to Moses "Come up to me on the mountain and stay here, and I will give you the tablets of stone, with the law and commands I have written for their instruction."

BUT

Moses became angry when he saw the golden calf, and broke the tablets. So, in 34:1, it reads “The LORD said to Moses, "Chisel out two stone tablets like the first ones, and I will write on them the words that were on the first tablets, which you broke.” However, in verse 27, it reads “Then the LORD said to Moses, "Write down these words, for in accordance with these words I have made a covenant with you and with Israel.” [So, God did not replace the stones as He said in 24:12.]

 

In the book of Exodus chapter 32

In verse 27, Moses tells the Israelites “"This is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says: 'Each man strap a sword to his side. Go back and forth through the camp from one end to the other, each killing his brother and friend and neighbor.' "

BUT

In Exodus chapter 20, verse 13 and Deuteronomy chapter 5 verse 17, it reads “Thou shall not kill.” [all Israelites whom God freed from Egypt]

 

In the book of Leviticus chapter 11

In this chapter, numerous prohibitions were given about which animals may be eaten.

BUT

In the 1st Epistle to the Corinthians verse 23, Saint Paul wrote “Eat anything sold in the meat market without raising questions of conscience, for, "The earth is the Lord's, and everything in it.” NIV

 

In the book of Leviticus chapter 14, a lengthy procedure is given to cure leprosy

BUT

Sprinkling sparrow, lamb, pigeon, or turtle blood on a leper will not cure the disease. [This “procedure” is simply false; it will not cure the disease, and sprinkling sparrow blood in a house will not purify that house of leprosy.]

 

In the book of Leviticus chapter 18

Many prohibitions are listed about who may marry whom, who may have intercouse with whom, and so on. But, as the later history of the Israelites showed, these and virtually every other prohibition, were broken. In all cases, God’s response varied considerably, with no response the most common.

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