THERE are stories in the Bible wherein God and Satan are interchanged. These are serious clerical errors. These are the worst kinds of biblical inconsistencies that must be rectified. Otherwise, innocent readers would be misled.
I found, however, only two stories. The story of Moses and the story of David.
In 2 Samuel 24:1 the Bible said, “On another occasion the Lord was angry with Israel and he made David bring trouble on them.” In 1 Chronicle 21:1, it said, “Satan wanted to bring trouble on the people of Israel, so he made David decide to take a census.”
Both chapters of 2 Samuel and 1 Chronicle referred to the same incident. The Bible must be corrected because we don’t want to think that God and Satan are one and the same.
In Exodus $:21, the Bible said, “Again the Lord said to Moses, ‘Now that you are going back to Egypt be sure to perform before the king all the miracles which I have given you the power to do.’”
Then in Exodus 4:24 (three verses later), the same Bible said: “At a camping place on the way to Egypt, the Lord met Moses and tried to kill him.”
The “Lord” mentioned in verse 24 should refer to Satan. Otherwise, the reader might think that God had an unstable mind.
Earlier, he gave Moses a mission to Egypt. Then on the way to Egypt, God tried to kill Moses. This does not make sense. This must be corrected.--Chito E. Germino of Paknaan, Mandaue City