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The Fallibility of the Bible Happy are those who do not follow the advice of the wicked or take the path that sinners tread or sit in the seat of scoffers but their delight is in the law of the Lord Ps 11-2 One of societys dominantly accepted beliefs is in the belief of a higher power There are the occasional few who stray from the norm and claim to not believe anything ie atheists however the majority of people do think there is an omniscient being watching over us all Further they believe this being be it God Buddha Allah etc has the ability to inspire human beings to do things in His name Most religions have a holy book that was divinely inspired by this higher being In Christianity this higher being is called God and this holy book is called the Bible Supposedly the authors of the books of the Bible had the Hand of God aiding in their work Divine dictation was how the Bible was written I have been raised Roman Catholic and Catholicism thrives on biblical teaching I have faith in much of what I grew up with yet I find fault with the Bible both literally and theoretically it contradicts itself in both ways Too many people blindly follow the teachings of the Bible and read more into the stories than was originally intended Perhaps the Bible was meant as a general guide to living as a decent person in society but it was not meant for a verse-by-verse application into real life J Kellenberger claims that there is religious sensibility found specifically in the Book of Psalms In the passages one is supposed to discover the presence of God around us and realize that what truly prevents us from seeing God in our lives is the condition of our hearts Why is it believed that there is even a moral aspect
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