Originally Posted by logo73
Many of these prophecies were 'backdated'. I also did that recently. In 2007, I wrote: "The situation in Iraq will first become worse, before it will become better."
So, what did I do? First, I just gave any kind of all-day sentence, just stating nothing really clear. Second, I did't add the year 2007. I just claimed, I had written that in 1999 (!) and I welcomed all my worshippers, who thought me to be the No. 1 prophet....
See, how easy the trick is?
Dear GodMocking Liar
The Gospel of Luke was written in the early 60's AD (D. R. W. Wood, New Bible Dictionary (InterVarsity Press, 1996), 704.).
The Temple and much of Jerusalem were destroyed in September 70 AD by the Romans (Flavius Josephus, the Jewish Wars).
The destruction of Jerusalem was predicted in writing 6 to 7 years before it actually happened. If you count Jesus' actual words - they were spoken 40 years before the event.
Any more pearls of wisdom?
1 John 2:22
Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son.
All the best