The Bible predicted many things which have come true in exact detail and with exact timing. This proves that the Bible is the true word of God.

SavedByTheLord

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The Bible predicted many things which have come true in exact detail and with exact timing. These were made about 2000 to 3500 years ago. This proves that the Bible is the true word of God. God Almighty made the claim that He would make these predictions that would come true. This would prove that He is God Almighty the Creator of all things.

Explosion of knowledge in the last days. – Dan 12:4
Explosion in worldwide travel in the last days. – Daniel 12:4
Population explosion in the last days to the levels of today. – Rev 19:6
The technology to implement the mark of the beast available in the last day. – Rev 14-16
The technology to implement worldwide surveillance available in the last day. – Rev 14-16
The rise of global communications in the last days. – Rev 14-16
The rise of earthquakes in various places. – Matt 24:7
The rise of Asian powers in the last days. – Rev 16:12
Men becoming like women in the last days.
Women becoming like men in the last days.
Abortion in the last days. – Rev 8
The rise of transgenderism in the last days.
Political homosexuality becoming fierce. – Gen 19, Luke 17:28
The history of the church for the last 2000 years. – Rev 2-3
The ecumenical joining of denominations in the last days. This include the ECT and the Manhattan Declaration. – Rev 2-3, 17
The denial of the flood in the last days. – 2 Pet 2:5
The tongues movement since circa 1900. – 1 Cor 13,14, 2 Cor 11
The rise of science falsely called in the last days. – 1 Tim 6
A large falling away from the Christian faith. – 1 Tim 4, 2 Tim3, 2 Thess 2
The gospel corrupted in the last days. – Gen 6
The rise of false prophets in the last days. – 2 Cor 11
Satan’s minsters transformed into the minsters of Christ. – 2 Cor 11
Enormous amounts of goods produced and the emergence of a worldwide trading system. – Rev 18
The emergence of a worldwide government. – Rev 14,17
The joining together of all these worldwide entities with the merchants of the world. – Rev 17
Satan appearing as an angel of light. This may explain the explosion of appearances of Mary. – 2 Cor 11
Many heeding he call for peace and safety, even with enemies they should not trust. – 1 Thess 5
The rise of the curious arts, even amongst those that profess faith in Christ. – Acts 19
The fulfillment of the last days description of people. - 2 Tim 3:1-5
People heaping teachers to their itching ears in the last days, even amongst those that profess faith in Christ. – 2 Tim 4
People tuning their ears from the truth in the last days, even amongst those that profess faith in Christ. – 2 Tim 4
Many churches in effect denying the Lord Jesus Christ that bought them. – 2 Peter 2
Secret societies having great influence in the last days. – Isa 28
The infiltration of churches and other organizations by deceivers in the last days. – 2 Tim 3
The rise of socialism in the last days. – Rev 17
Evil men and seducers waxing worse and worse. 2 Tim 3
Great delusion and deception in the last days. – 2 Thess 2
Even though all these things are happening, and all the Biblical predictions are coming true, most will not be aware.
A famine of hearing the word of God in the last days. – Amos 11
The removal of the death penalty in the last days. – Gen 6, Matt 24:38
The rise of violence and murder in the last days. - Gen 6, Matt 24:38
The rise of famous people having great influence. – Gen 6
The return of the Israelites to Israel.
A phenomenon where there is excessive rain in one city or area and drought in others. – Amos 4
The emergence of the European Union is the last days. – Dan 2
The rise and fall of the British Empire. – Rev 2-3
The drying up of the river Euphrates in the last days. – Rev 16:12
The change for the USA from owning much wealth to being in great debt. – Deut 28, Rev 3
The belief that man is an animal (evolution) in the last days. – Rev 14
The last days scientists ever learning and never able to come to the knowledge of the true.
All the different heresies throughout various denominations.
The rise and fall of the Romans Empire.
The rise and fall of the Greek Empire.
The rise and fall of the Persian Empire.
The rise and fall of the Egyptian Empire.
The rise and fall of the Babylonian Empire.
The destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple circa 70 AD.
Famine in various places in the last days.
Wars and rumors or wars in the last days.
People being afraid of the changes coming upon the earth in the last days.
The rise of idolatry, witchcraft, and sorcery in the last days.
The rise in hatred of the saved by many in the last days.
The rise of flooding in the last days. – Matt 24:7
The rise of pestilences in the last days. – Math 24:7
Many of man’s inventions are destructive.

Jesus Christ fulfilled over 400 prophecies from the OT. The odds against that happening are 2^2000 to 1.
Over 2000 prophecies from the Bible have already been fulfilled. The remainder are for a future time. That odds against that are over 10^20,000 to 1.

In a thread entitled, "The first living thing could not have come into being by random chance, therefore, God Almighty created all things. Just 1 proof." found on the Atheism/Agnostic/... forum, I gave a proof that God Almighty exists and created all things. This proof is irrefutable. It used a classic and well known proof using the law of non contradiction.

In another thread entitled "Another irrefutable proof that God created all things using mathematical induction. And a proof that The Bible is the word of God." on the Evolution and Intelligent Design Forum, I gave a 2nd irrefutable proof that God Almighty exists and created all things. It used another classic proof technique called Mathematical Induction. That also contained a simple proof that the Bible is the true word of God Almighty creator.

In a thread entitled "Advance scientific knowledge found in the Bible prove that the Bible is the true word of God" on the Atheism/Agnostic/... forum, I gave a proof that the bible is the true word of God.
 

Tetsugaku

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Instead of spamming the board with nonsense, show us where there is exact detail and timing for your best few examples.

Also, declaring victory for your previously demolished threads is a very bad look.

No one can take you seriously when you never accept correction for any of your previous blunders.
 

Tetsugaku

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Explosion of knowledge in the last days. – Dan 12:4
Explosion in worldwide travel in the last days. – Daniel 12:4
Your first two are a joke. There's no mention of any explosive increase in knowledge or travel. There's also nothing here that is even remotely specific in terms of detail or timing. It just says that people will be going places and learning stuff, which has pretty much always been true. So the odds of coming true by chance are 1:1. When you lead off with such a terrible example, why should we look any further through your list?
 

mikeT

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No one can take you seriously when you never accept correction for any of your previous blunders
... and then goes on to repeat the same blunders. I pointed out 50% of his supposed biblical prophecies failed simply because there's no evidence we're actually in "the last days". He obviously ignored this basic fact, and reposted the list.

When someone opens their introduction to a forum community with a massive Gish gallop, you can rest assured that civil / honest debate has been precluded.
 

SavedByTheLord

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Instead of spamming the board with nonsense, show us where there is exact detail and timing for your best few examples.

Also, declaring victory for your previously demolished threads is a very bad look.

No one can take you seriously when you never accept correction for any of your previous blunders.
I am not spamming. But you are with the constant false accusatione.

So why don’t you try to refute easiest ones. Maybe I over stated 1, which still leaves the proof in tact.
 

Tetsugaku

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I am not spamming. But you are with the constant false accusatione.

So why don’t you try to refute easiest ones. Maybe I over stated 1, which still leaves the proof in tact.
You are indeed spamming, and I already addressed the first two. If you think there's anything better in the rest of your list, then give us your best one along with the actual scripture and an explanation of why you think it is specific in detail and timing.
 

mikeT

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So why don’t you try to refute easiest ones.
Sure: "The rise of earthquakes in various places. – Matt 24:7"

There's no indication any "rise in earthquakes" has taken place anywhere. If you're simply pointing to earthquakes and claiming that predicting one would occur in the future is biblical prophecy, then you're not interested in being taken seriously.
 

SavedByTheLord

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Sure: "The rise of earthquakes in various places. – Matt 24:7"

There's no indication any "rise in earthquakes" has taken place anywhere. If you're simply pointing to earthquakes and claiming that predicting one would occur in the future is biblical prophecy, then you're not interested in being taken seriously.
There has been a recent increase in them. Haiti, Morocco, Japan, ...

See this site:
 

Tetsugaku

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See this site:
Did you even read your own link?

"A temporary increase or decrease in seismicity is part of the normal fluctuation of earthquake rates...
The ComCat earthquake catalog contains an increasing number of earthquakes in recent years--not because there are more earthquakes, but because there are more seismic instruments and they are able to record more earthquakes."
 

SavedByTheLord

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Did you even read your own link?

"A temporary increase or decrease in seismicity is part of the normal fluctuation of earthquake rates...
The ComCat earthquake catalog contains an increasing number of earthquakes in recent years--not because there are more earthquakes, but because there are more seismic instruments and they are able to record more earthquakes."
So there are more earthquakes, although they say it is temporary. So right now there is more.

and this site gives more info on the rise of earthquakes

 

Tetsugaku

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Do you seriously not even read your own sources? Even ICR disagrees with you. Read the conclusion section at the end:

"A number of prophecy teachers say that a pronounced increase in frequency and intensity of earthquakes has occurred in the latter part of the twentieth century, a worldwide trend fulfilling a prophecy made by Jesus. Contrary to these prophecy teachers, no obvious trend is found indicating an abnormal increase in the frequency of large earthquakes during the last half of the twentieth century. Neither is there a noteworthy deficiency of earthquakes in the first half of the century. Graphical plots of global earthquake frequency indicate overall a decreasing frequency of earthquakes through the century. The decades of the 1970s, 80s and 90s experienced a deficit of larger earthquakes compared to earlier decades of the century. The 70s, 80s and 90s are precisely those decades that many prophecy teachers suppose, erroneously, show a dramatic surplus of larger earthquakes. Regional earthquake data from California and Japan also do not argue for increasing earthquake frequency in the latter decades of our century."
 
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SavedByTheLord

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Do you seriously not even read your own sources? Even ICR disagrees with you. Read the conclusion section at the end:

"A number of prophecy teachers say that a pronounced increase in frequency and intensity of earthquakes has occurred in the latter part of the twentieth century, a worldwide trend fulfilling a prophecy made by Jesus. Contrary to these prophecy teachers, no obvious trend is found indicating an abnormal increase in the frequency of large earthquakes during the last half of the twentieth century. Neither is there a noteworthy deficiency of earthquakes in the first half of the century. Graphical plots of global earthquake frequency indicate overall a decreasing frequency of earthquakes through the century. The decades of the 1970s, 80s and 90s experienced a deficit of larger earthquakes compared to earlier decades of the century. The 70s, 80s and 90s are precisely those decades that many prophecy teachers suppose, erroneously, show a dramatic surplus of larger earthquakes. Regional earthquake data from California and Japan also do not argue for increasing earthquake frequency in the latter decades of our century."
Seems like everyone disagrees with you. Here there has been an increase but they claim just by chanc.


That is 3 so far.
And all the other prophecies still stand.
 

SavedByTheLord

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Once again, that's the opposite of what your own links say. Maybe you should try reading them before posting them.
Once again, that's the opposite of what your own links say. Maybe you should try reading them before posting them.
You must be in delusion.

here is a fourth one.

 

Tetsugaku

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You must be in delusion.

here is a fourth one.

I didn't think it was possible to strike out four times in a row, but somehow you've done it. Same point as your first link that refuted you.

"One likely explanation for this is that earthquake detection centres have become more advanced and span the globe, and so are more likely to pick up on seismic activity."
"This suggests that there has been an increase in the frequency of low-intensity tremors around the globe, another thing which points to better equipment rather than anything else."

Seriously, READ things before you post them.
 

SavedByTheLord

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"When the scientists compared the resulting data set to three different mathematical models, they found no evidence that elevations in seismic activity since 2004 were statistically significant."

That's three strikes. You're done.
5-0 for increased earthquakes.

 
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