Question:I know we have many prophecies of Christ in the OT, but I did not find one that says 'He will rise from the dead'. Is there any verse that explicitly states this? Or is it as He said to the doubting people the only evidence He will give them is the sign of Prophet Jonah who was in the belly of the fish for 3 days. Is this sufficient to imply the resurrection?
Q: Why do some commentators break the 70 "weeks" of Daniel 9 into the first 69 "weeks" with the seventieth week still in the future?
On what basis do some commentators say the 70th week of Daniel 9:27 is still in the future? Why would the 70 week prophecy be broken down as 69 continuous weeks with the 70th week potentially some 2000 years detached from 69th week?
Question:People say that the story of Jesus' resurrection is copied from the Egyptian myth about the gods Horus and Isis. Is this claim credible?
Question:Jews always criticize the Christian explanation of Daniel 9... https://jewsforjudaism.org/knowledge/articles/daniel-9-a-true-biblical-interpretation/
Can you prove that Daniel really spoke about Jesus in Daniel 9?
Question:Please tell me whether the concept of the "second death" means a complete disappearance or eternal torment in a lake of fire?
Are Richard Dawkins' points valid in his response against faith as the only way to morality?
[Editor's Note: View Dawkins' video that claims that secular humanists have created a better kind of morality than religion.]
Question: I was reading on your website an article about Nimrod and any evidence for Nimrod. I would like to take it a step farther. What if Sargon of Akkad was actually Moses? What if the Enuma Elish which talks about Apsu the fresh pure water god and Tiamat who was the bitter salty water God that joined to create the young gods were the expanse over the firmament have influenced our Bible?
This seems reasonable because our seas have salty bitter water (Tiamat). I could go on, but my question to you is, is it even a possibility that the early Roman Church made this all up? Perhaps they grabbed pieces from the ancient writings of Assyria, Babylon, etc etc to create a story to their liking. Everything seems to center around Rome. There are too many similarities and we do know, they forced Christantity upon the people using the Knight Templars to get their word out much later than Constantines day and age. For me this is a gut feeling. What do you think? Please note that I do believe in God the creator but I believe the Old and New Testaments have too many flaws. Lucifer for example, isn't even mentioned in the Hebrew writings. The Old Testament that mentions Lucifer in today's Bible is actually about a son named Helel of the Babylonian King. Totally different beings if you will, which leaves a wrong impressionit is about the Devil when in actuality its really about a person in Babylon. I hope that made sense. What is your take on all this? We have proof of Sargon of Akkad and a story of him as a baby in a basket (like Moses) etc.... Thank you for taking the time to read this and hope to hear from you.