The Bible clearly said Tyre would at some point be destroyed and never be rebuilt. It is an interesting question as to how this would be fulfilled? Here are different interpretations:
ROTFL, none of those interpretations represent what the text actually says....that the debris would be cast into the sea, even the dust, leaving Tyre as bare as a shiny rock never to be rebuilt. So saying the prophecy was still fulfilled because a later city was built on the site or that it "was not built to its former glory" etc. is disregarding what the prophecy actually says.
Ok, choose any interpretation you like as to what the Bible meant when it said Tyre would never be rebuilt.
How about a plain reading of what the text says itself? See above.
But I keep wondering why is this being discussed on a thread about 607.
You started this whole discussion on the 70 years of Tyre and the 40 years of Egypt as disproving 587 BC, or is your memory so short?
What evidence do I have of the 40 year desolation of Egypt? I have the ultimate evidence, the highest possible evidence that can be attained. I have the word of Jehovah.
And who is the one talking like a broken record, failing to address the points previously borught up on this?
There is a reason why most refuse to answer the question was Egypt desolated for 40 years by Babylon.
Yeah, it's that burden of proof thing I already mentioned to you several times already.
If you say yes then you have disproved 587.
Why would we say yes if you've given us zilch evidence any such thing took place?
But if you say no, like auldsoul has, then you have contradicted Jehovah.
Auldsoul did not say that Jehovah or Ezekiel did not send such a warning out. But pointing out that Jehovah can annul his own warnings, and thus you cannot take such warnings as prima facie evidence that such warnings actually came to pass, is NOT "contradicting Jehovah", it's using commen sense. Or do you believe that Ninevah was actually destroyed in the 9th century BC because Jehovah and Jonah said that it would be?
you certainly don't want to outrightly contradict Jehovah although auldsoul had no problem doing just that.
Your logic is so narrow it would make Jehovah contradict himself when he annulled his warning against Ninevah.
Jehovah's word or secular evidence? Which do we accept? Yes, it really is just that simple.
Your illogic has been pointed out to you many times and still you press on undeterred.
But Tyre being rebuilt or not could only need to be discussed here if a person is trying to show that the Bible and especially Ezekiel is unreliable.
False. The two predictions were connected together by Ezekiel himself. You used this link in your very first post on the 40 years to begin dating the 40 years many years later than the destruction of Jerusalem, contrary to what the oracle says itself and as I took the trouble to show you two days ago.
Do you seriously want an answer to this question? As if the scripture said that Neb had to be around for the whole 40 years?
That was only pointed out because you yourself said that "Egypt [was] desolated for 40 years without inhabitant during Neb's rule like the Bible prophecied it would be". Perhaps you missed that.
I suggest if you want to talk about what it meant when it said Tyre would never be rebuilt and whether Jerusalem has been rebuilt in the same sense then start a new thread. It has nothing to do with 607.
LOL, you opened that Pandora's box, and it has everything to do with your "proof" about the 40 years, and your insistence that prophetic warnings equal history.