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How is it possible that the Bible predicts the events of world history hundreds of years in advance?


The Bible translated into Greek hundreds of years BC predicts the fall of the Babylonian Empire to the Persians, Greeks and finally the Romans. How is this possible without an omnipresent God?

 

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    John Marshall (Sojourner1234) 3 years ago

    Based on...? Where do you get this perspective?


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    John Marshall (Sojourner1234) 3 years ago

    So, the Jetsons were correct on as many predictions as the Bible? I don't follow. The general populous does not have flying cars, floating buildings, or talking robots who are have AI... perhaps this is still a prediction yet to come.


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    Brian Walmsley 3 years ago

    Many Bible prophecies are extremely precise and clear eg the prophecy from Daniel in the original question.


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    John Marshall (Sojourner1234) 3 years ago

    Interesting... which predictions of the Bible are incorrect?

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    Dan Robbins (Cre8tor) 3 years ago

    Why do the words "the only logical explanation" keep appearing. Very few things have ONE logical explanation. Besides, it's faith, not logic, that has people believe the way they do.