What about all the contradictions in the Bible? How do you explain those?
The first one that Latter-day Saints often use are the accounts of Paul’s road-side conversion. In Acts 9:7, it says that the men who were with Saul heard a “voice but seeing no man.” In the second account found in Acts 22:9, it says “they heard not the voice of him that spake to me.”
A contradiction occurs when one statement makes another statement impossible.
It’s important to check the original language of those two passages which were both written in Greek. The Greek word “akuno” is translated “hear” AND “understand” in both verses.