Visualizing Biblical Contradictions

On the topic of ways to visually present information, this chart of Biblical contradictions by Sam Harris’ Project Reason is visually striking. Unfortunately, it’s also so large that I can’t post any significant portion and have it be usable. Here’s one section:

The vertical bars represent chapters of the bible; white bars for the Hebrew Testament and grey for the Christian Testament. Red lines connect chapters that contain contradictions.

The bottom portion, which I can’t include here, lists each of those contradictions and provided chapter and verse. The whole piece is derived from The Scripture Project by Steve Wells. You can go to the Project Reason for other images, but you’ll need to download the full PDF from them to make it readable.

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