Atheist: "The Bible is full of contradictions."
When you investigate the apparent contradictions in the Bible, what you will find is that they are not contradictions, they are paradoxes. The definition of a paradox is: "a seemingly absurd or self-contradictory statement or proposition that when investigated or explained may prove to be well founded or true."
Atheists will refer to sites that list over 100 supposed contradictions. Most atheists and believers don't even know that these supposed contradictions have been answered and resolved (e.g. here) and therefore we can confidently say, "there are no contradictions in the Bible." Many atheists do not investigate the soundness of a claim if it is a claim that appears to compliment their worldview.
I understand the psychological allure in providing a list that is meant to intimidate from its sheer length. Most do not have the time to address hundreds of supposed contradictions, so they will go unanswered. But when coherent and consistent answers exist and are provided, it diminishes the intellectual credibility of the skeptic. It makes him look intellectually shallow and lazy. If a critic wants to claim "the Bible is full of contradictions," (and pastes a link that lists over one hundred supposed contradictions) make it an expensive gamble for him. Ask him to list his top 3 (out of the hundreds he is claiming exist) Bible contradictions that he believes cannot be resolved. Remind him that his intellectual credibility will be shot if you take the time to address the supposed contradictions and can show that they are in fact paradoxes/read out of context. Any other "contradiction" he brings up later will lack legitimacy because if the ones you answered could be resolved, what makes him think the other "contradictions" are any more legitimate and sound than his top 3? In short, the skeptic needs to choose wisely, lest he discredit his intellectual credibility.