Dan Wallace Destroys Newsweek’s Idiotic ‘Bible’ Essay

Right here.

But Newsweek isn’t interested in facts, it’s interested in pandering to the latest anti-faith clan.

Every year, at Christmas and Easter, several major magazines, television programs, news agencies, and publishing houses love to rattle the faith of Christians by proclaiming loudly and obnoxiously that there are contradictions in the Bible, that Jesus was not conceived by a virgin, that he did not rise from the dead, ad infinitum, ad nauseum. The day before Christmas eve (23 December 2014), Newsweek published a lengthy article by Kurt Eichenwald entitled, “The Bible: So Misunderstood It’s a Sin.” Although the author claims that he is not promoting any particular theology, this wears thin. Eichenwald makes so many outrageous claims, based on a rather slender list of named scholars (three, to be exact), that one has to wonder how this ever passed any editorial review.

Indeed. Etc.

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1 Response to Dan Wallace Destroys Newsweek’s Idiotic ‘Bible’ Essay

  1. GeoffSmith says:

    Too bad that nobody who doesn’t already know better will read it.


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