Enslaving human beings is wrong, so why does the Bible condone it?
Part 1 - Slavery:
Part 2 (First Half) - Genocide and Murder in the Old Testament:
Part 2 (Second Half) - Genocide and Murder in the Old Testament:
Part 3 - The Value of Women:
Part 4 - Can God Lie or Be Involved with Deception?:
Part 5 - Can god change his mind?:
Part 6 - (First Half) Temptation & Testing:
Part 6 - (Second Half) Temptation & Testing:
This video is the first of a series that will address inconsistencies & contradictions in the Bible that we studied and researched on our way out of organized religion. The videos will be derived from a document containing that body of research which was written to answer the many inquiries we knew we would have after our deconversion was made public. Being 3rd generation Christians, the flavor of which holds that the Bible is inerrant, divinely inspired, and literally interpreted, the extrication of ourselves from organized religion was not without exit wounds.
Our hope is that this video series will help those Christians who have questions or may be "riding the fence" to allow rational discourse with regard to their religious beliefs. And that possibly, they can remove the thought constraints installed by their respective religous beliefs.
It should be noted that these videos take the perspective of a believing Christian within the context of the Bible having a divine author thereby ostensibly rendering it the perfect moral authority. Basically, these videos rationally compare what God's biblically declared nature & character are with what he says and does within Bible scripture.
All multimedia displayed is done so with fair use intended, for entirely non-profit, educational purposes. If you are the rightful owner of any material within the video and would like me to remove it, please contact me via my YouTube channel.
Music used in this video:
Octet,3rd mvt - Felix Mendelssohn
The Tree That Saw The Civil War - Lifescapes - Relaxing Flute and Harp
Wake Up - Rage Against The Machine
Lonesome Valley - The Fairfield Four