Bible Contradictions #13: Is god’s law perfect?

Bible contradictions 13


The Old Testament is pretty clear about god’s law. It’s perfect. But then this Jesus fellow comes along in the New Testament and says “wait one minute!” and offers a 2nd covenant after confessing that the first covenant was faulty. What does this say about the state of the 2nd covenant? Could it too have faults?

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10 Responses to Bible Contradictions #13: Is god’s law perfect?

  1. Given any method available that works, there is nearly 100% probability that the second covenant is also faulty. The only way to get a prediction in the opposite direction is to be deluded….

  2. #13 is not a contradiction.

    It shows the difference between the covenants that God made with man (Adam, Moses, King David, etc.) and the New Covenant established by Jesus, the New Adam, and Son of God.

    • Rayan Zehn says:

      By definition it is a contradiction. Jesus explicitly and purposely contradicts what was said in the OT. If the 1st covenant had been perfect, as Psalm states, then, as Jesus states, there would be no need for a 2nd covenant.

  3. David says:

    Here is my response to this supposed contradiction. Enjoy 🙂

  4. Mafia says:

    In what way is this a contradiction? You do realize that ‘law’ and ‘covenant’ are 2 different things?

  5. Nvd says:

    There are TWO laws in the scriptures: Yahweh’s ten commandments AND Moses law.
    Moses law passed away. OLD covenant.
    Heb. 8:6-7 is talking about Moses law. Words in a book. Ink on paper.
    Psalm 19:7 is Yahweh’s ten commandments. Ex. 20
    Yahweh’s TEN commandments will stand until the last sinner is cast into the lake of fire.
    Bess you.

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