Where are the “Lamentations for the Dead King Josiah” written by Jeremiah? (Biblical Commentary on 2 Chronicles 35:25)
2 Chronicles 35:25 King James Version (KJV)
And Jeremiah lamented for Josiah: and all the singing men and the singing women spake of Josiah in their lamentations to this day, and made them an ordinance in Israel: and, behold, they are written in the lamentations.
1 Kings 14:19 New International Version (NIV)
19 The other events of Jeroboam’s reign, his wars and how he ruled, are written in the book of the annals of the kings of Israel.
Joshua 10:13 King James Version (KJV)
13 And the sun stood still, and the moon stayed, until the people had avenged themselves upon their enemies. Is not this written in the book of Jasher? So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven, and hasted not to go down about a whole day.
Where is the History of the Reign of Uzziah written by Isaiah? (Biblical Commentary on 2 Chronicles 26:22)
2 Chronicles 26:22
Now the rest of the acts of Uzziah, first to last, the prophet Isaiah, the son of Amoz, has written.
Never do I debate a man with a desire to hear him err in his speech, or to expose the flaws in his argument, and thus vanquish him. Whenever I face an opponent in debate I silently supplicate, ‘O Lord, help him so that truth may manifest itself in his heart and on his tongue. If it be that the truth is on my side, may he follow me; and if the truth be on his side, may I follow him.’ -Imam Shafi’i
Ref: The Revival of Religious Sciences
قال الشافعي رحمه الله: ماناظرت أحداً قط فأحببت أن يخطىء. وقال: ما كلمت أحداً قط إلا احببت أن يوفق ويسدد ويعان ويكون عليه رعاية من الله تعالي وحفظ، وما كلمت أحداً قط وأنا أبالي أن يبين الله الحق علي لساني أو علي لسانه.
المصدر: إحياء علوم الدين للغزالي
In my debate with Bart, I mentioned that I had it on good authority that this was definitely a first-century fragment of Mark. A representative for who I understood was the owner of FCM urged me to make the announcement at the debate, which they realized would make this go viral. However, the information I received and was assured to have been vetted was incorrect. It was my fault for being naïve enough to trust that the data I got was unquestionable, as it was presented to me. So, I must first apologize to Bart Ehrman, and to everyone else, for giving misleading information about this discovery. While I am sorry for publicly announcing inaccurate facts, at no time in the public statements (either in the debate or on my blogsite) did I knowingly do this. But I should have been more careful about trusting any sources without my personal verification, a lesson I have since learned.
This really puts his so-called scholarship into question.