> There were 12 disciples. One died, either by hanging (Matthew 27: 5) or by a Humpty
> Dumpty type fall (Acts 1: 18), but that isn't a contradiction either, because all the king's men, > might have hung Humpty first!!

Yes, it could have been BOTH because the Bible is infallible ... except where it is wrong ... don't ask questions!

> Now we know when Jesus appeared to his disciples after the resurrection, the election of a
> 12th disciple had not taken place. See Acts 1: 26.


> So, once again, who was the 12th person??

Maybe the apostles were "numerically challenged"???

> it says that the twelve would> be judging the twelve tribes of Israel.

Which tribe is JUDAS judging?????