thirdwitless, it is evident to almost all readers that you've completely failed to support your case. Although you tell yourself that you've dealt with all questions, you most certainly have not. You've simply ignored 90% of the questions posed to you -- pointed questions that you know would destroy your case if you answered them. Destroy your case, not in the sense that it has not already been thoroughly trashed, but in your own mind. Questions such as:
By all means make a list of all the questions I have ignored concerning the 40 year desolation of Egypt. After all, your challenge was to bring up one point. I did. Then you want to bring up the question below which has nothing to do with the topic:
Why have you committed apostasty against "the faithful slave" by promoting a private interpretation at odds with its published doctrine on the meaning of Tyre's 70 years?
Do you know how tired we are of this argument by you and your friends? These type of questions are posed everytime you have no answer on the subject at hand. Why? To confuse the issue of course. Hoping to befuddle any who are reading, hoping that they will not see that 587 has been without question uprooted and thrown in the fire.
Why do you and the Watchtower Society not interpret Exodus literally?
"In six days Jehovah made the heavens and the earth, the sea and everything that is in them."--Exodus 20:11
"In six days Jehovah made the heavens and the earth."--Exodus 31:17
Everyone knows that the Bible is full of both literal and symbolic words. You keep asking this point as if it has anything to do with the 40 year desolation of Egypt. It doesn't and you know it. But keep trying to muddy the water hoping no one will notice that you have failed to answer the problem about the 40 year desolation of Egypt. I believe your answer was something like this: Ezekiel was a false prophet.
The reason you refuse to answer is that you know very well that giving the obvious answers would refute your claim that the Bible must be interpreted literally whenever you or the Watchtower Society say it must.
I have not refused to answer any question on the 40 year desolation. If there is some biblical reason why the 40 year desolation of Egypt prophecy should be symbolic by all means present it.
JW lurkers, please take note of thirdwitless' lack of response.
JW lurkers take note that no one has been able to provide a plausible logical or reasonable answer for the problem that 587 defenders have with the 40 year desolation of Egypt. Both the Bible and a Babylonian inscription support it. Do not let them confound the issue with their attempts at sidetracking. And JW lurkers take note that one of the biggest promoters that JWs are wrong about 607 has declared that Ezekiel was a false prophet.