Since when have you posted anything relevant but simply rehash the discredited Jonsson hypothesis?
Firstly, I haven't actually read Jonsson's work first-hand. Secondly, I'm not aware that it has been discredited. Thirdly, Jonsson simply presents existing findings of other scholars. But those irrelevancies aside, obviously you haven't been paying attention to me for the last year or so. I have presented specific information on how 587 is consistent with Jeremiah, Daniel, 2 Chronicles, Zechariah, Ezekiel, Tyre, the Neo-Babylonian dynasty, Necho, Hophra, and Josephus' indication of the duration between the end of Israel and Cyrus' rule, including a detailed timeline of the entire period with scriptures indicated, and indicated that several leading scholars agree with that date, all from my own research. What indeed have you brought to the table other than rehashed Society dogma?
Ambiguity is your problem not mine because it is the apostates that prefer confusion rather than the simple Bible teachings. The Bible cannot be reconciled with the 587 hypothesis because there remains the twenty year gap caused by faulty Neo-Babylonian chronology.
I am left with no ambiguity. You like to imagine that your problems are really the problems of others, just as you have previously claimed regarding the '20-year gap'. You have no real answers to these problems, so you hide behind false claims such as "the bible cannot be reconciled with ... 587", as if such had not already been accomplished. In reality the facts just aren't compatible with the Society's frail mish-mash. The Society's model resembles a poorly laid-out storyboard for a B-grade comic book, with an occasional secular reference thrown in for window dressing. It really is a joke when held up to the light of day.