Debates w Atheist “ProfMTH” (“Bible Difficulties”)

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Partial view of the Mandelbrot set. Step 11 of a zoom sequence: Double-spirals with satellites of second order. Analog to the “seahorses” the double-spirals can be interpreted as a metamorphosis of the “antenna”. Created by Wolfgang Beyer with the program Ultra Fractal 3 [Wikimedia Commons /  Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license]

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I have linked to Blogspot paper versions from Internet Archive. Allow a minute or two for them to upload, and select versions from July 2015 or earlier. This atheist professor claimed that he would make a reply to my critiques in due course. He never did (it’s now coming up on six years). I was so surprised by that, I almost fainted . . . But I had fun refuting this hogwash.

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Meta Description: Five replies to an atheist professor’s You Tube series dealing with alleged falsehoods or contradictions in the Bible (esp. messianic prophecies).
Meta Keywords: Atheism, Agnosticism, biblical skepticism, Bible difficulties, alleged biblical contradictions, biblical inspiration, biblical revelation, atheist exegesis, atheist eisegesis, atheist critiques of Christianity, atheist critiques of the Bible, ProfMTH
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