Bible Contradiction: 500,000 or 470,000 fighting men in Judah?

Philippians 1:18 / New International Version (NIV)

18 But what does it matter? The important thing is that in every way, whether from false motives or true, Christ is preached. And because of this I rejoice. Yes, and I will continue to rejoice!!!

(It means it is just ok in Christianity to use falsehoods, deceptions and lying just to preach Christ. What a Satanic belief!)

My Response to Cenon Bibe’s Response to me: 2Sam 24:9 vs 1Chr 21:5: Bible Contradictions?

His (Cenon Bibe) article can be access here: http://sagot-sa-balik-islam.blogspot.com/2012/07/2sam-249-vs-1chr-215-bible.html I advise the reader to visit the link first before going on below.

My Response:

In his article, Bibe presented two arguments:

1. There’s a difference in meanings between the phrases “in all Israel” and “in Israel”.

2. The 1,100,000 counted “in all Israel” is composed of 800,000 “actual” fighting men “in Israel” and the other 300,000 are non-fighting ones.

He tried to reconcile the two verses by trying to deceive us that there is a SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE between the meanings of the two phrases “in all Israel” and “in Israel.” The thing is, there is NONE.

His other deception attempt is creating an impression that there is a presence of “non-fighting men” that are included in the counted 1,100,000 “in all Israel.” HE’S WRONG. THERE IS NO PRESENCE OF SUCH NON-FIGHTING MEN THERE. The Bible is VERY CLEAR that the fighting men counted in Israel is 1,100,000, but in the other verse is only 800,000.

As a conclusion, Bible has a contradiction on as to ‘How many fighting men are counted in Israel?’ 😀

***(Modified 17/Jan/2013)

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