Kojo Bentil, a former pastor turned traditionalist, has pointed out inconsistencies in the Bible. He stated that people blindly accept everything they read without questioning its authenticity.
For instance, he questioned the accuracy of events attributed to Jesus, noting that an incident mentioned in John 9:22 supposedly involving Jesus actually occurred in 100 AD, not during Jesus’s lifetime.
According to Kojo Bentil, this raises doubts about the historical accuracy of the Bible.
He also highlighted the discrepancy in the Bible’s account of Jesus’s crucifixion and resurrection.
The Bible states that Jesus was crucified on a Friday afternoon, and traditionally, he rose on the third day, which would be Monday. However, the Bible claims he resurrected on Sunday morning, which is less than 48 hours after his crucifixion.
These contradictions, according to Kojo Bentil, warrant questioning the Bible’s historical accuracy.
Many have received Kojo Bentil’s claims very differently. Some have opined that he doesn’t know what he is talking about. Others have also sided with him on this topic, insisting that people shouldn’t be scared to question their belief systems instead of blindly accepting everything.
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Most of the findings in the Bible are not accurate.
The Bible says Jesus will die and resurrect on the 3rd day, but three days (72 hours) from Friday afternoon when he died should be Monday afternoon – Osofo Kojo Bentil#Confessions pic.twitter.com/vUO5zFliCB
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