Jesus told his disciples that he will return only once and that when he does, after a time of great tribulation, it will be visible to everyone and be followed by immediate and dire consequences for those unprepared and for those who were adversaries of God.
In mankind's history there can be found natural theology which is generally characterized as the attempt to establish religious truths by rational argument and without reliance upon alleged revelations. Newt to it we may find lots of name-Christians trying to proof God exist but for them Jesus being God, others can see that their idea of God being Eternal, Immaterial, Transcending space, The Creator and Designer of the universe, Omnipotent, Omniscient,
The unique greatest possible Being, does not fit at all their Jesus-god. Many people putting 2 and 2 together decide then wrongly because those qualities not fitting Jesus, he is not being able to be God but then there than also not being a Supreme God.
Not many believers may considered wise or powerful according to human standards, or may not being 'well born' or from "blue blood". In the Scriptures may be found many words also from foolish men. Many wrong actions of men are notated in the bible so that people can learn from them. Those foolish things of the world God chose in order that He might put to shame the wise, and the weak things of the world God chose in order that He might put to shame the strong, and the insignificant of the world.
Narrations and stories about men, women and peoples are delivered to mankind to bring a message of love and hope and we can see that by the centuries that passed, not much is changed to the words of those written documents or books and copied by many scribes who were serious about bringing over the right words.
As the system announced in the Scriptures rests exclusively on the ground of being from Divine revelation, one might suppose that the deists and sceptics together with their coadjutors the rationalists, in thus rejecting the absolute foundation of Scripture revelation, need not give themselves any further trouble of "criticizing them."
The credibility of the declarations of the prophets, Jesus and his disciples is greatly corroborated and rendered in a high degree probable.
It will appear unwarrantable to charge men so far surpassing the best and most learned teachers of their age, with such a degree of enthusiasm or villainy, as must be ascribed to them, if their pretensions to a divine influence were either a delusion or in imposture.
The Bible never had the intention to be a day-to day factual record of historical events. Biblical archaeology as a historical discipline can contribute to our understanding of Bible history, though we may find lots of people who do not want to make use of those new scientific and archaeological findings and keep claiming that their English King James Bible is the only true and right bible in the world, as if God would only have privileged the English speaking people to come to know His Word..
When looking at how many times scientists and politicians changed of opinion about certain matters or on their thoughts how everything works and how the world has been or should be constructed, we can see that they would better have listened more to the advice given in the book of books, the Bible.