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The Skeptical Review 1995 (Volume Six, Number One) http://freethought.tamu.edu/mag/sr/1995/1/ The Sound of Silence _The Skeptical Review_ has an editorial policy that grants equal space to inerrancy believers who want to respond to our articles-- so why are more and more fundamentalists running away from the opportunity to present their case? Mitchell Rides Again After arbitrarily declaring victory and dropping out of the debate on the Amalekite massacre, Lindell Mitchell is back, and he's whinier than ever. Those Amazing Biblical Numbers: Taking Stock of the Armies of Ancient Israel An examination of biblical records relating to the size of ancient armies poses still more problems for the inerrantists. What About Casualty Numbers? Another article in the same vein as the above one, this time focussing on the number of casualties instead of the number of soldiers. God Can't Be Tempted? Can God be tempted? Depends on which verse of the Bible you happen to be reading at the time. Religion and How I Lost It The story of one man's journey from religion to reason. God is Omniscient? Is God a know-it-all? If so, then he must know the reason why the Bible doesn't give a coherent answer to that question. From the Mailbag Page maintained by the Internet Infidels. mailto:infidel@freethought.tamu.edu Copyright #169 1995 Internet Infidels. HTML Reproduction Rights Reserved. -=- The Skeptical Review 1995 (Volume Six, Number Two) http://freethought.tamu.edu/mag/sr/1995/2/ The Wisdom of the World Fundamentalists scoff at "the wisdom of the world", but the wisdom of the world has a far better track record than the "wisdom" of the Bible. More Trouble for the Perfect-Harmony Theory This article cites several examples of biblical contradictions to show that the "perfect unity" of the Bible is anything but perfect. Let Us Pray Prayer is a practice than cannot survive the harsh spotlight of logic. This article shows why. The I'm-Not-Certain-I-Exist Debate Jerry Moffitt, for reasons known only to him, wants Farrell Till to debate on the issue, "I (Farrell Till) may not exist." Till may or may not exist, but it's pretty clear that Jerry Moffitt isn't all there. Yes, View the Tapes! View the Tapes! Farrell Till and Jerry Moffitt seem to agree on one point: People should view the tapes of the Moffitt-Till debate. What Was a "Mamzer"? A closer look at the use of the word _mamzer_ in Deuteronomy 23:2 reveals more problems for biblical inerrantists. Still Chewing: Chasing Rabbits With Dr. Geisler Jeffrey A. Justice responds to Dr. Geisler's attempt to explain away the biological error in Leviticus 11:5-6, in which it is said that rabbits chew their cud. From the Mailbag Page maintained by the Internet Infidels. mailto:infidel@freethought.tamu.edu Copyright #169 1995 Internet Infidels. HTML Reproduction Rights Reserved. -=- The Skeptical Review 1995 (Volume Six, Number Three) http://freethought.tamu.edu/mag/sr/1995/3/ What About Their Missing Links? Answers to a Claim of Errancy of the Scriptures All Prophets Were False! Creationists Bugging You? Evaluating Historical Claims From the Mailbag Back Page Page maintained by the Internet Infidels. mailto:infidel@freethought.tamu.edu Copyright #169 1995 Internet Infidels. HTML Reproduction Rights Reserved. -=- The Skeptical Review 1995 (Volume Six, Number Four) http://freethought.tamu.edu/mag/sr/1995/4/ The Historicity of Jesus The Fivefold Challenge The "Testimony" of Mara Bar-Serapion The 430-Year Sojourn God's" Opinion of Woman From the Mailbag Page maintained by the Internet Infidels. mailto:infidel@freethought.tamu.edu Copyright #169 1995 Internet Infidels. HTML Reproduction Rights Reserved.

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