A Collection of Failed and Discrepant Bible Prophecy

Personally, I am not an expert in Bible prophecy nor I am studied in this topic.  So what I decided to do was put together a collection of failed biblical prophecy and general articles on failed biblical prophecy.  Just a quick note for the reader; this is dealing specifically with predictions and prophecies made in the bible.  Not general end-time prophecies made by churches or weird christians.

“A failed prophecy is one of the surest signs of a man-made Bible, for God’s prophecy cannot fail. What greater failure can we find than Jesus’ central prediction that the world would come to an end in the first century?” -(By Dave E. Matson, Common Sense Versus The Bible: Prophecy in the Bible)

Failed Predictions of Christ Return featuring distinguished early church fathers and the book of Thessalonians.

Is Failed Prophecy- Proof of the Bible’s Divine Inspiration? with a  laundry listing  of unfulfilled prophecies in the bible.  

According to the Bible “End Time Prophecies” that should have happened! 

And another listing of unfulfilled prophecies in the Bible with explanation presented by Black Jesus

Digital Bits and Skeptics presents Bible Prophecies and Myths

Jesus’ Failed Prophecy About his Return

Bible Verses Rarely Read on the Signs of the End Times

A General listing of failed prophecies 

Nate from the Finding Truth Blog has his own personal study on several major discrepancies on Biblical Prophecy.

A Christian response to supposed failed Bible Prophecy

One of the biggest bible blunders of prophecy is when the Gospels talk about the second coming of Jesus.  Even C.S. Lewis surrenders that this context of scripture is a sore part of rational thought for the christian community.  In one part of Lewis’ writing The Last Night,  he described it as ‘certainly the most embarrassing verse in the Bible.’

 

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About M. Rodriguez

When I first received Christ salvation, I made it a priority to read the whole bible and I did. But it was the Bible that made me question my faith. For I found it flawed and lacking. Due to this I launched a personal inquiry/investigation into my faith, and ultimately realized that the Christian God of the Bible was indeed man-made. Now I Blog about those findings and life after Christ.
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5 Responses to A Collection of Failed and Discrepant Bible Prophecy

  1. Neil Rickert says:

    The whole “prophecy” thing is:

    Find an event that happened.
    Find something in the Bible that can be construed to predict that event.
    Claim it as a fulfilled prophecy.

    It’s a scammer’s game.

    It was clear to me, back in my theist days, that the early apostles had expected the second coming to occur during their lifetimes. The conclusion that I reached was that either it had already happened and nobody noticed, or it was never going to happen. I leaned toward the second of those. That was part of my growing doubt at the time.

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