By Tom Beasley on August 23, 2013 | Discuss
Personally, I love infographics. They can be very simple and there is room for deception in how they present information, but they can also be extremely clarifying. BibViz.com, put together by Daniel G. Taylor, is a really cool infographic website that displays biblical contradictions and the sources for them. Sometimes when people point out biblical contradictions they are trivial, something like what color Jesus was wearing at the time. However, here, most of the contradictions are some substantive discrepancies. Lots of other useful infographics follow the main one such as the occurrence of: scientific inaccuracies, cruelty and violence, misogyny, discrimination, homophobia and other general religious statistics. What’s the point of it all? Well, it tends to show that perhaps the Bible is not divinely inspired. Also, it is a good resource when you forget where a passage is but want to look up a general topic like where the Bible encourages or displays mistreatment of women. Check it out and let me know what you think.