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The “Word” under Man’s Rules on Evidence


Neon_light_skycraper_ Cebu_City_HotelHow do we treat the “Word” as evidence under man’s rules? Is it acceptable for Courts to admit words that are written therein, as an evidence?

Example below are the verses from 2 Kings.

23Everything else that Jehoram did is recorded in the History of the Kings of Judah. 24Jehoram died and was buried in the royal tombs in David’s City, and his son Ahaziah succeeded him as king.(2 Kings 8:23-24, TEV).

Given the above set of of allegations as cited in 2 Kings,  is it possible to establish the truth on the same despite the absence of physical evidence of the Kingdom of Judah or the history book being referred in the verses? How about the truth of burial of Jehoram in the royal tombs in David’s City or the existence of the royal tombs in David’s City? or the truth on succession of kingship from Jehoram to his Son Ahaziah or the presumptive paternity of King Jehoram over King Ahaziah?

Can you establish in the Courts of law the truth of the above allegations ?

Yes, subject to some qualifications.

Under ordinary circumstances, above words and evidences would have been buried at the time when King Jehoram was buried in the royal tombs in David’s City and have never arisen from the dead to be the source of discussions in this site.The truth would have been buried but (more…)

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