One Accepts All Religious Texts
At the resurrection in Matthew 8:12 they're literally kicked out of reality, for having already rejected the Messianic prophecies.This is not a removal from being but a comment on their state of being.
Zoroastrian text in my understanding prophesied Moses, and Yeshua; which is why the wise-men came from the east with gold, frankincense, and myrrh to fulfil their prophecy.Anyone claiming that to understand the bible and such one needs the texts of other religions, is being illogical.
I'd also say that Dharmic texts came prior to that, and had prophetic ideas that were the basis of what the prophets put forward.
Things like the Sibylline Oracles, record that ever since Babylon, the corrupt leaders have caused the Jews to be bigoted, and so they don't know they're part of a global religious prophecy.
The texts stipulated their under a Curse by Moses, and the prophets... I'd say based on what many of us can clearly identify, many people agree it is accurate.so you are judging the entire group because of a personal belief/opinion you have.
I believe that when John, Paul, and Simon are known to be by the Pharisees; it makes it clear, that Matthew, Mark, Luke, James, Jude, and Revelation are Jewish...you have used texts which have no value to Judaism.
Where the Rabbinic ideas are another religion; that doesn't align with the Jewish prophecies in the Tanakh.
If we do a Bible word search with Esword, looking up H5080, we can see how the language was used... 'scattered' doesn't make sense in many of the occasions, driven fits more contexts.If you check the Ibn Ezra, you wills ee that the root is actually for the word "scattered" not driven
In my opinion.