Scholar, you're as playful as a little kitten today aren't ya?
I repeat myself as a way of emphasis but apostates do the very same thing that you accuse me namely the repetition of the same tired old arguments in support of a tired, uselless dates of 586/587, provide no substantive argument in support of their dates but simply an appeal to a false, unreliable chronology of the Neo-Babylonian period.
I think you repeat yourself because thats the only thing JW's know how to do. Btw, apostates didn't invent any dates at all. Instead of rejecting what we learned at school, we actually went ahead and believed scholars and historians, you know, those pesky people who actually investigated these artifacts and cuniform tablets.
Interestingly, what you have never repeated are facts. Thats all. You do consistently repeat that everyone other then the Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses has it wrong. EVERYONE. To that, I commend you for your persistence, and will do my best to get you an autographed set of Stevie Wonder sunglasses.
Scholar has for these past ten years on this forum provided much detailed proof for 607 BCE and the WT publications have consistently provided all the information necessary.
No you haven't. The WT isn't reliable. Historians and scholars are. Thats why the world relies on them instead of the WT. It's really (I hesitate to say) just that simple.
Scholar, even as I take you at your word that you are a believing JW apologist, I sometimes wonder if you are a lurking, non believing JW who parrots the JW company line in an ironic attempt to show how stupid it is. If so, kudos! It works. If not, doesn't matter, it amounts to the same affect.