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The Skeptical Review 1990 (Volume One, Number One) http://freethought.tamu.edu/mag/sr/1990/1/ Why Another Religious Publication? The first cover article for the first issue of _The Skeptical Review_. Describes the purpose of TSR and its editorial policy. The Last Hurrah of the Inerrancy Doctrine Discusses the verbal inspiration of the Bible, the contradiction between Exodus 6:16-20 and Exodus 12:40, the original autographs of the Bible. The Inerrancy Doctrine is Found to be Impregnable Fundamentalist pastor Jerry Moffit defends the inerrancy of the Bible and responds to Till's argument about Exodus 6:16-20. The Flat-Earth Belief of Bible-Writers Have you ever heard the claim that "the Bible teaches the earth is flat?" Adrian Swindler surveys the appropriate "Biblical evidence" to defend this view. The Unfinished Debate Information about the written debate between Farrell Till and Church-of-Christ preacher James H. Laws on the plenary inspiration of the Bible. Other Debates An update on the debates with Jerry Moffitt and Bill Jackson. Page maintained by the Internet Infidels. infidel@freethought.tamu.edu Copyright #169 1995 Internet Infidels HTML Reproduction Rights Reserved. -=- The Skeptical Review 1990 (Volume One, Number Two) http://freethought.tamu.edu/mag/sr/1990/2/ We Come Not to Destroy the Bible Till discusses reader reaction to the first issue of TSR and explains that he does not want to destroy the Bible, but he wants people to understand it. Holes in the Two-Amrams Theory Till responds to the Two-Amrams Theory presented by Jerry Moffitt in the previous issue of TSR. Plugging "Holes" in the Two-Amrams Theory Fundamentalist pastor Jerry Moffitt responds to to the above article by Farrell Till. A Perfect Work of Harmony? Till discusses "the divergent views of Jehu's slaughter of the royal family of Israel" in II Kings 9; 10:1-30; Hosea 1:4 as an example of the inconsistencies in the Bible. Page maintained by the Internet Infidels. infidel@freethought.tamu.edu Copyright #169 1995 Internet Infidels HTML Reproduction Rights Reserved. -=- The Skeptical Review 1990 (Volume One, Number Three) http://freethought.tamu.edu/mag/sr/1990/3/ No Takers Farrell Till claims there is a contradiction between II Kings 9; 10:1-30; Hosea 1:4. He also discusses II Timothy 3:16 and II Peter 1:20-21, which claim the Bible is inspired. A Reply to "The Flat-Earth Belief of Bible Writers" Fundamentalist minister Jerry McDonald responds to Adrian Swindler's flat-earth article in the first issue of _TSR_. The Flat Earth: Still an Embarassment to Bible Inerrantists Adrian Swindler responds to Jerry McDonald's above article. Moffitt-Till Debate Postponed Page maintained by the Internet Infidels. infidel@freethought.tamu.edu Copyright #169 1995 Internet Infidels HTML Reproduction Rights Reserved. -=- The Skeptical Review 1990 (Volume One, Number Four) http://freethought.tamu.edu/mag/sr/1990/4/ A Year in Review Till discusses reader reactions to _TSR_, life as an agnostic or an atheist, and the fact that no Christian pastors were willing to respond to the article about scientific foreknowledge in this issue of _TSR_. What About Scientific Foreknowledge in the Bible? Till discusses the claim that "The Bible contains many examples of scientific foreknowledge in it." The Jeremiah Dilemma Discoveries of the Dead Sea Scrolls at Qumran refute the claim that the present day Bible is essentially the same as what was in the "original autographs." Textual Contradictions in the Bible The Bible contains numerous contradictions and is not the work of perfect harmonmy as inerrancy believers claim it is. Jackson-Till Debate Page maintained by the Internet Infidels. mailto:infidel@freethought.tamu.edu Copyright #169 1995 Internet Infidels. HTML Reproduction Rights Reserved.

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