Coded Logic - Wouldn't it be more productive to show the failed prophecies, historical inaccuracies, and contradictions of the Bible?
I agree that there are failed prophecies, historical inaccuracies, and contradictions in the Bible. However, it is not always more productive to point them out to people who are not convinced of them. The reason is that fundamentalists will often go to the lengths of apologetics to justify those errors in the Bible. Such arguments as presented by apologetic Christians will not convince us who look for the rational Bible; nevertheless, they will convince those who already look at the Bible as the inerrant word of God, even if those apologetic arguments also involve historical inaccuracies.