Not Many Wise website

This website says it is about: “Faith and spirituality in a modern world for us ordinary folk.”

The Brazen Sea is destroyed by the Chaldeans (watercolour, circa 1896–1902 by James Tissot, or followers) at the Jewish Museum, New York [i]

It covers some diverse subjects and here are just a few:

  • What is God like?
  • Following celebrities
  • Spiritual bankruptcy
  • Why do bad situations hit us?
  • How reliable is our conscience?
  • Understanding our lives by looking at Noah’s life
  • End of the world
  • Jesus Christ: Non-Christian evidence
  • Judaism’s perspective on Jesus
  • When were the Gospels written?
  • Turin Shroud, acceptable worship…
  • How big was Noah’s Ark?
  • Creation and evolution
  • Scientists who believe
  • Painful childbirth, spider webs, were dragons real?…
  • Church stuff: leadership problems , doctrine, codes of conduct…
  • The Holy Spirit: transforming but nothing added
  • Criticising the Holy Spirit
  • Toronto Blessing…
  • Hitler 1939 at the Berghof in the Obersalzberg
  • Christine Reason 1930 to 2019. WW2 and beyond…
  • African Safari’s in the 1950’s and 1960’s
  • Historic Earith in Cambridgeshire: Detailed account of living in the 1930’s, 1940’s and 1950’s in a village.
  • School resources; free R.E. lesson plans.

What errors are in the Bible? Scientific inaccuracies?

Many of these ‘inaccuracies’ can be explained – see: What errors are in the Bible? Scientific inaccuracies
For example all of these things have been promoted as being errors within the Bible:

  • Mustard; the smallest seed?
  • Stars falling to the Earth like stones?
  • Ant behaviour is wrong in the Bible?
  • The ‘firmament’ a solid sky?
  • Pi proves king Solomon’s Molten Sea measurements are wrong?
  • The moon shining with it’s own light?
  • The problem of allegorical writings?
  • The Earth has 4 corners?
  • The Earth built on 4 pillars?
  • River Gihon flows across the Red Sea?
  • Babel does not mean ‘confuse’?
  • Ur was not a Chaldean city until 1000 years after Abraham?

Image credit:
[i] The Brazen Sea is destroyed by the Chaldeans (watercolour, circa 1896–1902 by James Tissot, or followers) at the Jewish Museum, New York. Public Domain.