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Oct 05 2013

“Skeptic’s Annotated Bible”, Steve Wells on Atheists Talk

The Skeptic’s Annotate Bible (SAB) is a website dedicated to spreading the Good Word…and the bad word, the violent word, the misogynistic word, the unjust word and the contradictory word. These are a few of the categories that the SAB has created to capture the messages that can be found in the King James Version of the bible. The individual books of the bible are able to be easily searched, and the creator (that’s a lowercase “c”) offers handy notes which distill and summarize the key messages of each section.

The goal of the SAB is to encourage believers to examine more closely this book that so many of them claim as the cornerstone of their faith and worldview. As the SAB FAQs state: “I’d like people to look carefully at the Bible and decide if it is worthy of their belief. When, if ever, people stop believing in the Bible, I’ll take my site down.”

This Sunday Steve Wells, the creator of the Skeptic’s Annotated Bible joins Atheists Talk to discuss his research and the website. Since its inception, the SAB has expanded to cover the Quran and the Book of Mormon. Steve Wells is also the author of the nonfiction book Drunk With Blood: God’s killings in the Bible.

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1 comment

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    Ani J. Sharmin

    I didn’t realize there was an app. Good to know.

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