My response to a challenge to skeptics of the bible someone posted:
1) Present one piece of archaeological evidence which disproves the history recorded in the Bible.
I can give you thousands. Every artifact or document or tablet or coin or reference to a leader or dynasty of every post-flood civilization prior to 2400 B.C.E.
2) Present one prophecy in the Bible which has not come to pass as predicted.
Jesus saying the end of the world would happen within one generation in matthew 24:34, just off the top of my head.
3) Present one person in history, other than Jesus Christ, who has fulfilled the “vague” prophecies of the Messiah.
Why should anyone fulfill them from a secular point of view? How is “prove the messiah is real and prophecies are fulfilled” a challenge to skeptics of the bible? And people who read the old testament writing that the prophecies were fulfilled after the fact is not the same thing as it having demonstrably happened any more than the author of harry potter is a prophet for writing down a prophecy in book 1 that would be fulfilled in book 7. You ignore entirely the possibility that it’s simply not true.
4) Present one papyrus or parchment ancient manuscript more reliable than those of the New Testament.
This would take forever to quantify and demonstrate to you, it is a very impractical challenge. I’m not going to write a book-long explanation of both every sentence of an ancient document and all sixty-six books of the modern bible. Of which by the way over a dozen have been deleted since the days of the early church. The bible also contains references to dozens of texts now not considered canonical. In it’s perfection.