Christian Biblical Errancy Debate


Christian Biblical Errancy Debate


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Impossible Numbers in the Bible

Started by Malcolm Grant Hutton. Last reply by Malcolm Grant Hutton Jul 22, 2014. 14 Replies

We have been through these before (in Multiply), but am representing for the benefit of those who have not seen them, nor read their bibles with understanding of how ridiculous the texts really…Continue

Tags: exodus, sacrifices, ethiopians, solomon, numbers

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Comment by James M. Martin on July 20, 2014 at 6:53pm

Title of play, MGH, has changed from indecisions such as movie or stage play or both or opera libretto, musical book, ballet story, short story, novela, novel, and back again, depending pretty much on what I saw as the main theme or the lead character or the method of unfolding the plot. The current title, as a two-act play with, possibly, prologue and/or epilogue, is a quotation from a poem of Hart Crane: "The Bottom of the Sea is Cruel." It's a kind of tragicomedy on suicidal themes.

Comment by Malcolm Grant Hutton on July 19, 2014 at 8:34pm

 Hi James,  Well it should be published within 12 weeks.   I'm going with the Australian Self Publishing Group and they will be promoting it world wide.  Anyway I shall of course let you know when it is ready.

In the meantime you may be interested in "Tears in Heaven" by Ian Ross Vayro which I helped with when it came to the Egyptian origins of the Bible.    See Joshua Books -   You will see that they have at present some good specials on Tony Bushby's "Bible Fraud" - just $2.00 and his "The Secret in The Bible" for $8.00.  

May I ask what the title of your play will be?

Comment by James M. Martin on July 19, 2014 at 6:50pm

@Malcolm Grant Hutton. I'd buy your novel. I am writing a play with atheistic subtext.

Comment by Malcolm Grant Hutton on July 19, 2014 at 1:35am

   Hi Paul,   I am so pleased to hear from you.    But it is so sad that all the great discussions we once enjoyed even with those of deluded persuasion are no more.     Even Foss's Nature or God looks like it is going by the wayside though I confess I hardly ever look in there.   Perhaps because Alex is there still and I don't feel like tackling all on my own.

   I've decided at long last to self publish my novel and if that gets anywhere it will cause a big upset.

    Do take care, all the best,  Malcolm

Comment by Paul Thomas Cahill on July 18, 2014 at 11:49pm

Malcolm, I'm still amongst the living...just haven't been here in a while. I post often on several atheist facebook groups to which I've attached myself. I haven't had any contact with Alan in a while. He spent gay pride day with me in Sacramento a year ago, but since he's not active on FB, not much contact.

Comment by Malcolm Grant Hutton on June 26, 2014 at 1:38am

  Readers may also be interested in 'The Great Jesus Fakeout' Discussion which has just appeared here -

Comment by Malcolm Grant Hutton on June 26, 2014 at 1:35am

 The original Bible Errancy pages were managed by Alan and continued at full strength when the group moved to Multiply.  Since then members migrated to a variety of sites, but Alan does still maintain a  Bible Errancy Debate at   There is little activity there these days and I see that Alan hasn't posted since May 21.

 I'm not sure what has happened to Tom (Paul Cahill) and sincerely trust that he is in good health.

   One major player in the old Bible Errancy runs Nature or God in Lefora forums.

Comment by James M. Martin on June 25, 2014 at 6:30pm

I don't know, Rhonda. To be honest, I had pretty much forgotten that this group existed. But I think about the topic a lot. My takes on such things as Leviticus, the story of Lot in Sodom, gnostic versions of Jesus most Christian theologians hate, and so on, have been posted elsewhere. I thought maybe the group was about finding gaffes and goofs in the Booble. But there are whole websites for that. I could give you a url if interested.

Comment by Rhonda Coyle on June 25, 2014 at 5:04pm

thanx James :-)) are you from the original CBED before multiply? I just found this in search, and was wondering if there was any connection to it

Comment by James M. Martin on June 25, 2014 at 4:42pm
Welcome Rhonda Coyle.

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