Bible of Bibles
Or Twenty-seven Divine Revelations Containing a Description of Twenty-seven Bibles, and an Exposition of Two thousand Biblical Errors in Science, History, Morals, Religion, and General Events. Written in 1863. Partial Contents: Leading Positions of this Work; Relationship of the Old and New Testaments; Why this Work was Written; All Bibles Useful in Their Place; Twenty-Seven Bibles Described: Hindu, Egyptian, Persian, Chinese, Mohammedan, Jew, Christian; General Analogies of bibles; Numerous Absurdities in the Story of the Deluge; Ten Commandments, Ten Foolish Bible Stories; Bible Prophecies not Fulfilled; Bible Miracles; Bible Contradictions; Obscene Language of the Bible; Bible Errors-New Testament; Divine Revelation Impossible and Unnecessary; Original Sin and Fall of Man not True; Repentance; An Angry God; Special Providences an Erroneous Doctrine; Faith and Belief; A Personal God Impossible; Evil, Natural and Moral, Explained; Rational View of Sin and its Consequences; Bible at War with Eighteen Sciences; Bible as a Moral Necessity; What Shall We Do to be Saved? True Religion Defined; Sects, Schisms, and Skeptics in Christian Countries; The Christians' God; Idolatrous Veneration for bibles; What Shall We Substitute for the Bible? Religious Reconstruction; or, the Moral Necessity for a Religious Reform.
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A reprint of an 1879 book, the author compares 27 books of sacred scripture with the Bible and finds inconsistencies within the Bible itself. His stated purpose is to use science and history to prove ... Read full review