Haley was an apologist. He provided his contradictions for the purpose of debunking them. Ironically, it turned out that his book is a treasure trove of contradictions I have not seen elsewhere, and I have borrowed freely from his book as well. Haley’s book is well worth consulting, for both apologists and skeptics. It is particularly useful because each contradiction is followed by some apologetics which try to resolve the contradiction. It also illustrates the fact that some apologists differ with each other, because in some cases Haley refers to more than one.