Tales from YouTube – The dynasty collapses

As-salaam alaikum. I thought I would report on some of the hilarious comments I have been getting from Christian apologists, most of whom are trolls trying to be wise guys but end up regretting they opened their mouths. The first example is a dude name "Mr Dynasty". I had been conversing with him on Full …

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Christians are like Elmer Fudd…

At BloggingTheology, an Islamophobic Christian apologist named "Erasmus" (aka "Ignoramus") has been having some trouble with rabbits (and hares), like many of his co-religionists. These people are the Elmer Fudds of Christianity. Ignoramus is so clueless about how to explain the rabbit error in Leviticus 11 that he asked me to "prove" that rabbits/hares do …

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BioLogos on Scientific Errors in the Bible – A Review

BioLogos on Scientific Errors in the Bible - A Review   سْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْم "Every word of God is flawless; he is a shield to those who take refuge in him." - Proverbs 30:5             Fundamentalist Christians maintain that the Bible is “inerrant” (i.e., free of error, whether historical, scientific, etc.). Of course, when …

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Christian Apologist “Orangehunter” Has a Rabbit Problem

On Allan Ruhl's blog, his cheerleader and biggest fan "orangehunter" is struggling to find rabbits that "chew the cud".  Previously, "orangehunter" had appealed to an article by the pseudo-scholarly website "Answering-Islam" to explain the clear zoological error in Leviticus.  I debunked the clueless and ignorant claims in that article.  Apparently having realized the mistake, "orangehunter" …

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On Rabbits and Rumination – Answering-Islam’s Incompetence

I challenged the Christian apologist "Orangehunter" (from Allan Ruhl's blog) to comment on the scientific errors in the Bible, and used the example of Leviticus 11:6, which claims that rabbits "chew the cud".  The act of "chewing the cud" refers to rumination.  I discussed why this is a scientific error in my article "Science in …

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Revisiting the scientific errors in the Bible – Christian apologist Cerbie digs himself into a bigger hole

Since Cerbie/Paulus decided to bring science into the debate (instead of answering a simple question about what Jesus said to the high priest 🙂 ), let us explore some of the embarrassing scientific errors in the Bible.  These are taken from an earlier article "Science in the Bible and the Quran: Searching the Holy Texts …

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