Here are some questions I asked Rabbi Gotlieb and would like to know if anybody knows the answer (please cite sources if necessary?
My main question is in the event that the king over israel decides to use the army to implant and force the parents to teach their children the Sinai story either by the whole country (which has one important flaw which is that a revolt against this could start or they just wait until the king dies and for a new king but it would be better if you could answer with a better flaw) or by doing it city/ area by area over a long period of time by also indoctaintring the story into his children's head. This is possible because a king could be (and there have been many kings who have been) crazy and mad.
There is also the proof from the survival of the Jewish people and from the nevuah in the Torah. My question on that is that since we were scattered around different countries all over the world from the moment we were exiled (zoranstiran empire) it would be very hard to destroy us even though we were heavily persecuted.
And finally, the proof from the fact that we returned to Eretz Yisrael and the nevuah that it would happen in Parshas Nitzavim. Here I have less of a formulation of an argument but it could be that after a certain point it would be likely that we would return because we survived everything and suffered so much and the world would feel bad for us or a merciful king would let us return as when Cyrus the Great let us return. In addition to that I have some questions about Galus and the return ; Why did Cryus let us go back and why wouldn't it be a fair possibility that another king would let us return? What prevented us from returning throughout Galus? What prevented nations in general from returning to their homeland countries? Why would nations not be inclined to let us return after all our suffering?