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In fact the Jews lived quite peacefully and had plenty of opportunity to practice their faith in exile in Babylon.

The synagogue and the canonization of the Torah have their origins in Babylonian Judaism, as, of course, does the Babylonian Talmud.

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Sons of Korah wrote Psalms 42, 44-49, 84-85, 87; Asaph wrote Psalms 50, 73-83; Heman wrote Psalm 88; Ethan wrote Psalm 89; Hezekiah wrote Psalms 120-123, 128-130, 132, 134-136; Solomon wrote Psalms 72, 127.

It has been called the best-selling book of all time, with an estimated 6,000,000,000 copies printed (in whole or in part) in over 2,400 languages.

Did he accept the authorship of the early Bible books? For example, he mentioned “the book of Moses.” (Mark ; John ) He referred to accounts in Genesis (Matthew 19:4, 5; -39); Exodus (Luke ); Leviticus (Matthew 8:4); Numbers (Matthew 12:5); and Deuteronomy (Matthew ). We have noted many scholars’ critical views as well as the Bible’s own information, indirect historical evidence, and Jesus’ view. 1800 [Picture] Egyptian scribes produced written material before the time of Moses [Credit Line] © De A Picture Library/​Art Resource, NY 1600 [Picture] Moses completed Genesis by 1513 B.

He stated: “All the things written in the law of Moses and in the Prophets and Psalms about me must be fulfilled.” (Luke ) If he acknowledged the authorship of Moses and others, he undoubtedly accepted the accuracy of the Hebrew Bible’s chronological information. Based on these, will your answer show that you are in agreement with Jesus when he said in prayer to his Father, Jehovah God: “Your word is truth”? [Footnotes] [Chart/​Pictures on pages 20-23] (For fully formatted text, see publication) (Time line shows approximate years when Bible books were completed) 2000 B.

These general prediction become much more detailed and specific when he predicts the conquest of the king of the south by a king of the north who "shall do as neither his fathers nor his father's fathers have done, scattering among them plunder, spoil, and goods" (). This king is "predicted" to cause the sacrifices of the Temple to cease ()and to set up a "desolating sacrilege" in the Temple () This can be non other than Antiochus IV Epiphanes, the Seleucid ruler of Babylon who profaned the Jerusalem Temple in 167 BCE and set up a statue of Zeus with whom he identified himself.

Unfortunately, after these remarkably accurate "predictions" Daniel goes awry at () when he predicts that this king will be attacked by the king of the south etc. Finally, and of considerable significance, is the fact that the Book of Daniel was never grouped with the Hebrew Nevi'im (the Prophets) but has always belonged to the Ketuvim (the writings).

’ The matter of dating was never a controversy then.

Jesus, like the Jews in general, evidently accepted the chronological information in the Scriptures.

The papyrus and leather documents have perished as a result of fire or damp soil, but the clay seals have survived. ▪ argues: “The stories, psalms, laws, and prophecies that have reached us today as part of the Bible must therefore have been copied many, many times even within the biblical period itself. Many scholars agree that the absence of evidence is evidence of absence. Kitchen estimated, for example, that nearly all Egyptian papyri written before Greco-Roman times have perished.

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