steve hinrichs

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Messianic Prophecy for Jesus in Daniel
« on: August 11, 2007, 12:31:32 am »
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And discover the following    Conclusion

Each of the critics points have been directly addressed. The criticism addressed is the best known that the extensive organization of critical biblical scholars have to offer. Section 2 eliminated all the natural causes except an indeterministic natural explanation. The effects of the unknowns have been conservatively considered in determining the estimated probability of 0.00356 for an indeterministic natural explanation. Such a low probability supports eliminating an indeterministic natural explanation. According to the Ref. 17 description assigned to probability ranges, this maximum conservative probability calculation is not compelling but is remarkable. Thus, there remarkable evidence for rejecting ~E as true which implies ~D is true which means there is remarkable evidence that a supernatural intelligence intended Jesus to fulfill the Daniel 9:25 messianic prophecy. Thus, the Daniel 9:25 prophecy fulfillment is remarkable evidence that points to Jesus as the Messiah. Within the unknowns there is clearly the possibility that this prediction was essentially exact. As for as I am aware (see Section 4.1 of Ref. 17), this probability is the lowest associated with any major claims that there is a super natural intelligence that has intervened with a purpose for humans. Thus, as far as I am aware, this evidence qualifies as extraordinary evidence for an extraordinary claim. Daniel's Messiah in a remarkable way has survived a visit with the lions in the critic’s den.

Essentially, on just the basis of the presumption that precise and detail prophecy fulfillment is not possible, critics give the book of Daniel a date of 164BC rather than 540BC. However, the one prophecy that specifically points to a time is fulfilled in remarkable way well after 164BC. The remarkable fulfillment of this prophecy shows that the critic’s approach that the super natural was not involved with the production of the Bible is a poor approach for completely explaining the origin of the Bible.

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Re: Messianic Prophecy for Jesus in Daniel
« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2015, 09:29:45 pm »
The remarkable aspect about this fullfilled prophecy is it is impossible to have been fabricated.  There is no way they could have produced the match of Jesus's death with the time that the prophet Daniel predict it long before Jesus was born.