English Paper

Submitted By nicholebrand201
Words: 332
Pages: 2

Perry and Maier both believed in the historical history of the bible but they had different points of views. In the readings from Perry there was a statements made on page 36 that seemed or sound as though he don't entirely believe or agree with all the bible in tell. I totally disagree when Perry stated that the bible contains factual errors, folklore and legends. Do to the fact that from the Book of Genesis stated that God created everything from the heavens and the earth to light, life and humans. i guess that Perry feels that due to all of the miracles that was throughout the bible would cause him to consider them to be folklore factual errors. Maier doesn't entirely believe the bible is complete or perfect by stating that "Abraham was a myth" because early critics in the 1800's denied the existence of Ur of the Chaldes. The bible states that Ur, the city of Chaldes was part of Babylonia. For the Lord said in Deut. 4:2, "Ye shall not add unto the word which I command you, neither shall ye diminish brought from it, that ye may keep the commandments of the Lord your God which I command you." In Rev 22:19 it also states, "And Lord if any man shall take away form the words of the book of his prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city and from things which are written in this book." From these two verses taken from the holy bible, Maier should not attempt to discard or add anything other than what was written. The