Yes. But you were unable to find any evidence for that claim. Do you understand why?
Yes, and you were unable to find any evidence for that claim either. Do you understand why?
No. You quoted Albright saying absolutely nothing about the Hittites, and you quoted Archer making a claim for which he presents no evidence. Why can't you find me a single statement from any of these liberal scholars who said what you claim they said?
On the contrary, it's not that I haven't refuted them, it's that you haven't provided any evidence for them. No evidence at all, for any of the claims you've made. I don't have to refute claims for which no evidence is presented.
No, I said I didn't believe it because I haven't seen any evidence for it. I asked you repeatedly for evidence and you were unable to give me any. So I still don't believe it. Simple.
What do you mean it doesn't matter? Of course it matters. When you make a claim and you're asked to support it, and you then have to acknowledge you can't find any evidence for it, then of course it matters.
No. You quoted Albright saying absolutely nothing about the Hittites, and you quoted Archer making a claim for which he presents no evidence.
You haven't proved it at all. You haven't presented a single item of evidence for it. Not a single statement by a single liberal scholar.
The real issue is that you tried to prove "liberal scholarship" makes absurd claims, but in the example you chose turned out to be disastrous because you have been unable to find any evidence for it. This is just proving exactly what I said earlier about basic Bible literacy. And how about that leprosy?