Originally posted by avalanchethecat
Hmm. I don't see it. I still think it's possible without an infinite being, thus the razor slices him out of the picture. Just my interpretation of course, yours will no doubt differ. (Mind, I could have misunderstood your last post, I had some difficulty wrapping my limited intellect around your prose style)
Begin with Moses and Israel's departure from Egypt, thus the birthing of the nation. The departure and subsequent logistical support were miraculous in nature, but were a daily part of their lives--- something they talked about as a matter of course throughout their daily routines.
Today, you could likely find just as many Jews who reject the miraculous origins of their beginnings as those who accept the same. But back then? There wasn't a single person who didn't accept the events as facts. The ramifications of just that one massively displayed series of events, in my opinion, is extremely noteworthy.
There are many other historical aspects with varying degrees of compelling impact, but other than the person of the Lord Jesus Christ, I see the Jew as a stumbling block for anyone wishing to dismiss the Bible as anything other than an accurate record of God's interruptions
into the history of man.