One is sufficient to prove
the Bible wrong
Genesis 4:12: God
told Cain: "you will never be able to settle you will be a wanderer."
Cain built up a city.
Jeremiah 36:30: Therefore thus says the LORD
concerning Jehoi'akim king of Judah, He shall have none to sit upon the throne of David.
Kings II 24:6: So Jehoi'akim slept with his
fathers, and Jehoi'achin his son reigned in his stead.
So which one is correct? According
to Jeremiah 36:30, no one was supposed to sit on the throne
of David after Jehoi'akim, but Kings II 24:6 says his
son sat on the throne. Another serious duplicity!
Ezekiel 26:7: For thus says the Lord GOD: Behold, I will
bring upon Tyre from the north Nebuchadrez'zar king of Babylon, king of kings, with horses and chariots, and with horsemen
and a host of many soldiers.
We come to know that Alexander the great, not Nebuchadrez'zar, was the
person who destroyed Tyre.
Isaiah 7:14: The coming
of a person who will be born to a virgin - his name shall be Emmanuel.
The Hebrew word there
is amla, which means not a virgin- a young lady. The word for virgin in Hebrew is baitula, which is not there. Even if we take concordance approach, i.e., if we agree 'amla' means virgin, nowhere in the Bible is
Jesus Christ peace be upon him, is called as Immanuel.
Taken from the debate
between Dr William Campbell and Dr. Zakir Naik. Topic: The Quran and the Bible in the Light of Science - The Ultimate