1 Corinthians
Introduction

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Contradictions
Absurdities
Interpretation
Injustice
Intolerance
Women
Good Stuff
Prophecy
Sex
Cruelty and Violence
Family Values
Science and History
Language
Homosexuality


1 Corinthians: Science and History

  1. Those who eat and drink unworthily often get sick and die. (And then go to hell.) 11:30

  2. "In Adam all die."
    Nothing died before Adam sinned. 15:22

  3. Paul shows his ignorance (and God's) of biology by saying that only dead seeds will germinate. Actually, a seed must be alive to germinate. 15:36

  4. "All flesh is not the same flesh: but there is one kind of flesh of men, another of beasts."
    This verse is used by Creationists to argue against both evolution and any attempt to create "human-animal hybrids" or "chimeras." 15:39

  5. "The first man Adam"
    Young Earth Creationists use this verse to support a literal reading of Genesis. "If we cannot believe in the First Adam, why believe in the Last [Christ]?" 15:45

  6. "And afterward that which is spiritual."
    Asa Gray, the foremost American botanist in the 19th century and close friend of Charles Darwin, used this verse to support the idea that the Bible is not inconsistent with human evolution. 15:46