Daniel 6th century

The book of Daniel contains many detailed and specific predictive prophecies concerning the course of world history, and this has prompted many higher critical scholars to date Daniel to the second century B.C., during the Maccabean revolt against the Seleucid emperor Antiochus IV Epiphanes.
— Číst dál jonathanmclatchie.com/the-authenticity-of-the-book-of-daniel-a-survey-of-the-evidence/

Pharisees in Galilee – Supposed Biblical Error #19 – YouTube

In the past, Robert Price has argued there were no Pharisees in Galilee prior to 70 AD, so the Bible must be in error when it says there were Pharisees that …
— Číst dál https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=RDCsWMe733Q&feature=emb_logo

there is circumstantial evidence they were

we know they existed in Jerusalem – it is plausible they ventured to Galilee. from gospels we know they had not much power in Galilee compared to Jerusalem – this corresponds with gospel narrative

The Accuracy of Scripture | Catholic Answers

Dei Verbum has given us an important tool for doing this. The Council spoke of those things “asserted by the inspired authors” as asserted by the Holy Spirit and thus protected from error. So we need to determine what the inspired author is trying to assert, for that is what is protected from error.

What a person asserts is not the same as what he says. Suppose someone says, “It’s raining cats and dogs out there today.” What he has said is perfectly obvious, but he is not asserting that cats and dogs are falling from the sky. Instead, he is asserting that it is raining hard.

His assertion may well be true. It may indeed be raining hard, and if so then he should not be charged with error.

Native English-speakers are familiar with the phrase “raining cats and dogs” and recognize what is meant. But non-native English-speakers could be perplexed by the statement. It’s the same with Scripture
— Číst dál www.catholic.com/magazine/print-edition/the-accuracy-of-scripture

Feast of first fruits – Sunday after Passover sabbath — Jesus is the first fruit of resurrected (Paul)

but Gospel writers do not point to this – it seems not designed (otherwise they would point to that) – this is apologetic angle of this

https://youtu.be/_K3sMFaBNCw

Messianic Convergence in the Gospels: A New Way to Frame the Argument from Old Testament Fulfillment – Jonathan McLatchie | Writer, Speaker, ScholarMessianic Convergence in the Gospels: A New Way to Frame the Argument from Old Testament Fulfillment – Jonathan McLatchie | Writer, Speaker, Scholar