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Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Easy Task For Christians.

Just a simple little "Put your money where your mouth is" challenge to Christians.

Very many Christians, even some highly respected ones, often cite "all the fulfilled prophesies" in the Bible as their main reason for believing in their god and why they accept the Bible as its authentic word.

However, there are also very many failed prophecies in the Bible.

Would you explain all these, please or explain why you believe the words of prophets you know to be false and ignore Matthew's advice to beware of false prophets?

Alternatively, please explain any SUCCESSFUL prophesies in the Bible and give the historical evidence that they indeed occurred and occurred AFTER the prophesies were written.

That shouldn't be too difficult, should it?  After all, you just need to give the evidence you found convincing.

1 comment:

  1. Genesis 26:4: "And I will make thy seed to multiply as the stars of heaven, and will give unto thy seed all these countries; and in thy seed shall all the nations of the earth be blessed."

    Oh come on, it's early days yet, it's only 2012. Give us another million years or so and an efficient starship-drive, then we'll see.

    Or, hang on! Maybe Heaven doesn't have all that many stars. That's it, most of the stars in the universe are not in heaven as such, they're just drifting around in so many random mundane galaxies. The number of stars *actually in heaven* is a few million or so.

    Even then, if you limit the number to the number of naked-eye visible stars (as they didn't have telescopes in those days, and their counting abilities seem to be somewhat compromised), that's actually a lot less than you'd think. Haven't gone to check, but I believe they're numbered merely in the thousands.

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