Messianic Prophecy

Since The Secular Outpost is more focused on naturalism and atheism, and because I’m already making lots of posts here about the resurrection of Jesus, I’m continuing my critique of messianic prophecy on my own blog:

I plan to slowly work my way through the eight messianic prophecies discussed by Peter Stoner in his book Science Speaks.

Those who are interested in the topic should also check out Jim Lippard’s critique of messianic prophecy on The Secular Web:

http://www.infidels.org/library/modern/jim_lippard/fabulous-prophecies.html

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