"I am the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob." (Mk 12:26b)
It would seem most out of place for God to reveal himself; not as the God of the dead, nor of the living, but of the non-existent. This, indeed, is what the modern sophist-historians and archaelogists would have us believe. And here too, the response Christ gave the Sadducees will find a fitting subject: "You are badly mistaken!"
It seems that as our reverence for the scriptures and the power of God grow, so too will our irreverence for the contumelious and unbelieving opinions of the sophists. They should all be kicked out of the seminaries, so they can teach their vile doctrines to atheists and humanists who have already committed to placing their certainty in skepticism (chew on that nut for awhile) rather than God.