The Bottlenose wrote:
Big Dave, where is that a fact? Should scientists actually report that Moses said the plagues would happen? You do realize that they wouldn't be conducting science at that point, right?
I'll put it in print right now. My friend Mickey told me UCONN would win the NCAA tournament. Looking back, did UCONN win it all? Sure did. But does that make it a FACT that Mickey said so?
The event doesn't prove the prediction, my man.
If your buddy predicted the winner over several years before the season began correctly I would put some huge coin down on his next prediction and live like a fat rat, BN;) Anyways, the Bible is full of 100% successful predictions written before many events happened. People like to consider Nostradamus a prophet, and grant it that he made some incredible predictions that came true, a large number of them did not.
The bible is also full of immoral practices. Doesn't make what it said right, yet people love to teach from it.