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Can a simple math statement
prove the Bible to be true?



A simple if-then statement, commonly used in mathamatics and computer programing can be used to prove the Bible.  (Many people who use computer spreadsheets use "if-then" statements every day.  You may have even used one and not known it.)  God has placed in the Bible several of these conditional statements telling what would happen at some point in time AFTER the statement was written so that when it did actually happen we would know that He is real and that what was written in His Book, The Bible, can be trusted. 

The basic statement would be something like this: 

If all of the prophecies come true then you know that the Bible is true, and God is real!



You may have seen the 365 prophecies related just to Jesus, and this page is amazing to see, but there are many other prophecies in the Bible that are not related directly to Jesus.  Here are just a few:

 

Isaiah 13:17-19  (See the Daniel & Babylon Timeline.)
Jeremiah 25:11  (See the Daniel & Babylon Timeline.)
Daniel 12:4  (See the Knowledge Timeline.)
Daniel 8 & 9  (See the Daniel 8 & 9 Timeline.)
Daniel 2  (See the Daniel 2 Timeline.)
Mathew 24  (See the End-Times Timeline.)
 

"If all of the prophecies come true then you know that the Bible is true, and God is real."

These propehcies have come true, so you know that the Bible is true and that God is real!






 
Updated: Nov 29, 2014