Biblical teacher and leader of the #FreeNation Daddy Freeze writes on biblical inconsistencies


As a teacher of the word, I am often thrown questions regarding the many inconsistencies of biblical accounts, by believers of the word, by those who believe but nurse doubts, as well as those who are of the opinion that the Bible is nothing but a well thought of scam.

The very first chapter of the Bible Genesis1 is not without controversy, as GENESIS 1:3-5 states that “On the first day, God created light, then separated light and darkness.”
Then GENESIS 1:14-19 gives a contradictory account “The sun (which separates night and day) wasn’t created until the fourth day.”

The New Testament also comes with its own twists and turns, as Jesus is quoted in (Mat5:17 & 18) saying he did not come to abolish the law but to establish it and “not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means disappear from the Law”. Now Paul is quoted in the letter to the Hebrews 7:12 saying that since the priesthood has changed the law should change as well.

There are two ways to interpret the Bible, the logical and the spiritual; which must go hand in hand, or else indoctrination through scriptural mangling, leading to legendary embellishment is risked.

The ‘spiritual’ revelation of the Bible lies in the development of a ‘personal’ relationship with God and answers to these will be provided.

Do not mistake having a relationship with God to mean going to church or listening to a Yahoo boy pastor mangle scriptures, because Solomon, Moses and Abraham among many others, all had one on one relationships with God even before Christ – so what excuse do you have?

Also remember Acts7:48 tells us that God doesn’t dwell in buildings built with hands, so stop looking for him in church and start looking for him in your heart! ~FRZ



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