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Answering Darrow: What William Jennings Bryan Should Have Said

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Length: 34 pages30 minutes

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Many Christians say they believe the Bible to be inerrant and infallible, but do they really believe what they say? During the famous Scopes "Monkey" Trial of 1925, Defense attorney Clarence Darrow questioned Prosecutor William Jennings Bryan on this very topic. Quoting specific difficult passages from the Bible, Darrow asked Bryan if he believed them to be literally true and why. Unfortunately, Bryan's responses showed his real ignorance of some of these passages and how there are easy explanations to them. In this book, using the transcript of the interrogation, I comment on the questions and answers and give my opinions as both a Christian and scientist on Darrow's questions and Bryan's responses.

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