God has given us historically verifiable proof, we just need to look.
the religious experts are usually wrong.
Here’s one six step trail of breadcrumbs that connect to the answer (for me):
A#1: Evil was introduced here by the inventor of Lies.
The beginning… Evil’s knot on human life grows from the choice of Lying or Telling the Truth… into Accusation (to protect my lie).
B#2: It all started with one unknown person – following what all the other religions (god experts) promised.
Religion and historian research identifies Abraham as the first believer in there being only one God (monotheist).
C#3: Moses became the first political leader of God’s people, and was told that a Chosen-One would come… like himself.
At the time of Moses’ five books, Hebrew writing was one of only a couple handfuls of written languages (in the whole world).
D#4: Over 700 hundred years before Jesus’ birth, the prophet Isaiah identified him
Isaiah described who will announce him, and how he will act, details on his trial, as well as his being murdered… and many other details of in gospel stories of Jesus.
E#5: Five hundred years before Jesus was born; he explained to one of the five most powerful men in the known world… a step-by-step description of what was going to happen in Jerusalem.
This historically verifiable map connect Cyrus (“the Great”), all the way up to the Chosen-One showing up, the destruction of Jerusalem’s Temple… and it is so accurate that many cannot accept the dating of his writing… because it would require God.
In the spirit of “sometimes old books can carry new meaning…“, the timeline of Daniel is not chronological (after all, he was told to “seal up the book”).
Faith makes God happy, but it’s not like he doesn’t make himself unknowable… if we search. Remember, if your cup is full – you can’t put anything in it. We all only have our own experience; which is the frame our soul grows through.
F#6: God’s coming out party speech was also written by Isaiah…
The same Isaiah – whose book we found in the mid-1900s in the Dead Sea Scrolls… some of which are word for word with our Bibles (and have in our museums).
He was nothing of what we expected, which is why he is the only One who could have provided what we need.
There are four historically consistent versions of his life, and from then on – his birth centered how we calculate time… whether we call it BC/AD or BCE/CE.
With the infinite reasoning of eternity, I-AM (the spirit of God) lived at least a year in a human life. In this year, Jesus Christ spoke the words we will all be judged by, loved the lost, confused the proud, and finally planted his seed of eternal truth through death – freeing any who follow to reflect the Chosen-One.
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Bible References: Genesis 6, Revelation 6, John 16:7-11, John 14-16 “Spirit of Truth”, Combined Gospel 81, Combined Gospel 34, Deuteronomy 18:15, 17-19, Isaiah 53:6-10 & 61:1-2, Enoch 1-34, Daniel 11-12, Luke 4:17-21,
Wikipedia: Garden of Eden, Abraham, Monotheism, Cumran Caves, Bedouin, Moses, Criticism of Moses, Abrahamic Religions, Synagogue, Daniel, Nebuchadnezzar II, Belshazzar, Cyrus, Darius the Great, Xerxes, Alexander the Great, Olympias, Ptolomy I, Seleucis II, Antiochus III, Seleucus IV, Antiochus IV, Maccabean Revolt, An elderly Roman Senator (hilarious history bit without a Wikipedia page), Glabrio (Scipio Asiaticus?), Cleopatra I, Ptolomy II, Ptolomy III, Ptolomy IV, Ptolomy V, Phillip V of Macedon, Laodice I, Berenice I, Historicist_interpretations_of_the_Book_of_Daniel, Temple_in_Jerusalem
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