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Post  Admin on Fri 01 Dec 2017, 9:47 pm

Prophetic Accuracy - The Amazing Prophecy Of The Fall Of Tyre
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The second section of Stoner's book, Science Speaks, is entitled "Prophetic Accuracy." This is where the book becomes absolutely fascinating. You see, fulfilled prophecy is one of the things that makes the Bible the most unique book in the world.

The Bible contains hundreds of fulfilled prophecies concerning towns, and cities, and nations, and empires, and individuals.

In contrast, there are no fulfilled prophecies in the Book of Mormon, the Quran, the Hindu Vedras, or the sayings of Buddha and Confucius.
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Yet, the Bible is full of prophecies that have already been fulfilled in detail. Consider, for example, Daniel's prophecy made during the time of the Babylonian Empire in which he prophesied that Babylon would be overthrown by the Medo-Persian Empire, which would subsequently fall to the Greeks, who would be followed by the Romans.

Jeremiah prophesied that the Babylonian captivity of the Jews would last 70 years, and it did.

And then there is Isaiah, who prophesied that a man named Cyrus would release the Jews from Babylonian captivity. He presented this prophecy 150 years before Cyrus was born!

Stoner focuses in on a prophecy in Ezekiel 26 concerning the city of Tyre. Seven prophecies are contained in this chapter which were written in 590 BC.

- Nebuchadnezzar shall conquer the city.

- Other nations will also attack the city.

- Its stones and timbers will be thrown into the sea.

- The city will be reduced to a bare rock.

- Its fall will spread fear to other cities.

- Fishermen will spread their nets there.

- The original site will never be rebuilt.
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Four years after this prophecy was given, Nebuchadnezzar laid siege to Tyre. The siege lasted 13 years. And, when the city finally fell in 573 BC, it was discovered that everything of value had been moved to a nearby island.

But, 241 years later, Alexander the Great arrived on the scene, fearing that the fleet of Tyre might be used against his homeland, he decided to take the island where the city had been moved to.

He accomplished this goal by building a causeway from the mainland to the island, and he did that by using all the building materials from the ruins of the old city. Neighboring cities were so frightened by Alexander's conquest that they immediately opened their gates to him.

And ever since that time, Tyre has remained in ruins and is a place where fishermen spread their nets. Thus, every detail of the prophecies concerning Tyre were fulfilled exactly as predicted.

Now, the unique thing that Stoner did in his book is to apply the mathematical science of probability to these prophecies and their fulfillment. He pointed out the conquering of Babylon is 1 in 3. Attacked by other nations, 1 in 5. Debris thrown into the sea, 1 in 10. These are odds. Reduced to bare rock, 1 in 500. Causes other cities to fear, 1 in 5. Fishermen spread their nets, 1 in 10. Old site will never be rebuilt, 1 in 20.

Stoner calculated that the probability that all the prophecies about Tyre could have been made in human wisdom is: 1 in 7.5 times 10 to the 7th power, or 1 in 75 million!

Stoner proceeds to calculate the probabilities of 11 prophecies concerning 9 different cities and concerning the Eastern Gate and the Temple Mount. And, combining all these prophecies, he concludes that the probability of these 11 prophecies coming true, if written in human wisdom, is 1 in 5.76 to 10 to the 59th power.

Needless to say, this is a number beyond the realm of possibility and demonstrates the supernatural accuracy of Bible Prophecy.

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 Is the Bible the Inspired Word of God? 
By Jason Carlson and Ron Carlson


During a question and answer session at a recent
speaking engagement, a university student asked me,
"Why do you believe that the Bible is the inspired word
of God?" Now this is a very interesting question; and
probably one of the most important questions any
Christian could ask themselves. What is so special, so
unique about the Bible that Christians believe it is
literally the inspired word of God?


In answering this student's question, I encouraged him
to consider the following facts about the Bible:


First, the Bible is not just one single book. This is a
more common misconception than many people realize,
especially with people who do not come from a
Judeo-Christian background. Rather than being a single
book, the Bible is actually a collection of 66 books,
which is called the canon of scriptures. These 66 books
contain a variety of genres: history, poetry, prophecy,
wisdom literature, letters, and apocalyptic, just to
name a few. 


Second, these 66 books were written by 40 different
authors. These authors came from a variety of
backgrounds: shepherds, fishermen, doctors, kings,
prophets, and others. And most of these authors never
knew one another personally. 


Third, these 66 books were written over a period of
1500 years. Yet again, this is another reminder that
many of these authors never knew or collaborated with
one another in writing these books. 


Fourth, the 66 books of the Bible were written in 3
different languages. In the Bible we have books that
were written in the ancient languages of Hebrew, Greek,
and Aramaic; a reflection of the historical and
cultural circumstances in which each of these books
were written. 


And finally, these 66 books were written on 3 different
continents: Africa, Asia, and Europe. Once again, this
is a testament to the varied historical and cultural
circumstances of God's people.


Think about the above realities: 66 books, written by
40 different authors, over 1500 years, in 3 different
languages, on 3 different continents. What's more, this
collection of books shares a common story line--the
creation, fall, and redemption of God's people; a
common theme--God's universal love for all of humanity;
and a common message--salvation is available to all who
repent of their sins and commit to following God with
all of their heart, soul, mind and strength. In
addition to sharing these commonalities, these 66 books
contain no historical errors or contradictions. God's
word truly is an amazing collection of writings! 


After I had shared the above facts with this student, I
offered him the following challenge: I said to him, "If
you do not believe that the Bible is the inspired word
of God, if you do not believe that the Bible is of a
supernatural origin, than I challenge you to a test." I
said to the student, "I challenge you to go to any
library in the world; you can choose any library you
like, and find 66 books which match the characteristics
of the 66 books in the Bible. You must choose 66 books,
written by 40 different authors, over 1500 years, in 3
different languages, written on 3 different continents.
However, they must share a common story line, a common
theme, and a common message, with no historical errors
or contradictions." I went on to say, "If you can
produce such a collection of books, I will admit that
the Bible is not the inspired word of God." The
student's reply was almost instantaneous, he
emphatically stated, "But that's impossible!" 


It truly is impossible, for any collection of human
writings. However, the Bible passes this test. The
Bible contains 66 books, written by 40 different
authors, over 1500 years, in 3 different languages, on
3 different continents, with no historical errors or
contradictions. The entire Bible, from Genesis to
Revelation, bears the mark of Divine inspiration.


The next time you encounter someone who asks you why
you believe the Bible is the inspired word of God, try
sharing this challenge with them. 


Christian Ministries International,

http://www.christianministriesintl.org/articles/Bible-the-Inspired-Word-of-God.php


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