The user Agnapostate fancies himself a "textual critic" of the New Testament and continues to claim that Scripture cannot establish an accurate claim of Christ's birth, specifically regarding the Gospel of Luke's claim that Jesus was born around the time that Publius Sulpicius Quirinius was governing Syria. He claims that since Quirinius governed Syria from A.D. 6-9, the Gospel of Matthew's report that Herod the Great attempted to kill Jesus through the Massacre of the Innocents is incorrect, since he died in 4 B.C. This serves to indicate his ignorance of the career of Quirinius, as I noted with reference to an article on the matter. When I told him this, he ran away and did not return. I know he posts on this political discussion forum, so perhaps he's able to comment on it here if he's such a skilled textual critic.