An Unrelenting Search
Exposing the Origins of Biblical Misconceptions
You believe The Bible is the inspired word of God, but can you always tell the difference between a genuine message from it and a counterfeit version? Take, for example, the following truths that are said to come straight from Holy Writ. Which of them would you say are genuine and which would you say are counterfeit?
Jesus was just a poor carpenter’s son before His real ministry began.
Only humans get into Heaven; sorry, no pets allowed.
Jesus was born on December 25th.
Theology and science are natural enemies because of their inherent incompatibility.
Hell, like Heaven, is a place of perpetual existence.
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Story Continues From Above
Nobody knows the day or the hour of the Second Coming of Christ, not even Jesus.
The verse: “Wives submit to your husbands” is a one-way street.
“An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth” tells us God demands punishment in every case without exception.
“Slaves obey your masters” proves that slavery is biblically sanctioned and therefore God-ordained.
If you’re like most people, you’d probably say they’re all genuine, right? But actually, they’re some of the greatest misconceptions ever blamed on The Bible, because as it turns out, all of these so-called “truths” are false. That is to say, they are if you look to the Scriptures to verify such things.
To that end, Fish Tales (From the Belly of the Whale) plunges you headlong into an unrelenting search for biblical truth that will forever change how you think about the word of God. Along the way, you’ll discover that Fish Tales not only exposes the origins of such misconceptions, but it also restores The Bible’s original message of hope and inspiration, which once made it humanity’s brightest light in a darkened world.