there is none....
It so frustrating trying to get an answer to this question. The funny thing is - I'm not challenging if their god exist I simply asking for what should be easy - proof that their deity actually wrote or said what he was supposed to have said.
I've debate these Christians, Hebrews, Jews, Muslims, Hindus and the likes there of - and the one thing that is clear amongst them all is their lack for burden of proof. Some people have gone as far as to show me rock painting of ancient astronauts which is fine - but again, what their holy scripture says doesn't reflect the rocks #1 and if those ancient Aliens are the gods - then how is it that humans can draw better then they can? I mean I've seen some of the rock astronauts and they are hideous drawings - how can an advanced race of being not know how to draw themselves? I'm not questioning whether or not its true because it has to be if it was drawn thousands of years before astronaut uniforms were created in modern times - but it was humans that drew those things - yet I've yet to see a word from god near any of these rocks with horrible drawings from super advance beings lol.
I mean think about - God could tell me something but I come to you and tell you something totally different. People are putting their trust in man and not ultimately god.
I have been asked this question many times before, and the only thing I can say is I have faith, I believe in something that I can not see, a magical all powerful being that I have never seen. I know it sounds ridiculous, but it is my truth. There are many things that have led me to believe that what I believe is the truth. All of these reasons pertain only to me though, so giving these as examples does not work for others. I have no problem saying that yes I do realize that the belief I have seems silly too many, and it is very hard to prove, no problem saying that at all. I think sometimes we as Christians can become very defensive and find it difficult to say that there is no absolute proof. We can use history, but usually that is disregarded and deemed as something that happened, but God had nothing to do with it. What can I say to that? Absolutely nothing, so for me it all comes down to faith, which is another word that people hate to hear.
Clyde, come on, take the next step. Matthew 11:10 is Jesus referring to John the Baptist as he who would prepare the Way for Jesus the Christ.
Say it plain, so there can be no misunderstanding.
Jesus the Christ, not the Bible, is the Word of God.
You know I actually respect you for your post rapunzal24 - that works for me - it a true and honest answer based on how you see it - which is what I usually look for because I know that these questions cannot be answered.