Tuesday, 13 July 2010


Hello again folks! My new friend Colin Owen [www.jesusreigns.co.uk; www.hisplacemalvern.co.uk; www.colinowen.com] sent me this fascinating article earlier today entitled "Mathematics & the Savior"; from the book: "I Have a Friend Who's Jewish, Do You?" [edited]:

"What are the odds that Christ was a fraud? Ever wondered about that? Or maybe you think he WAS a fraud? Well, either way, just read on. There have been done some scientific studies on that.

"Science has developed a method of studying odds. It is called the science of compound probabilities, a mathematical study of situations and the odds of possible outcomes. One of the most amazing studies conducted using this method, was recorded by Professor Peter Stoner in "Science Speaks." The purpose of the study was to determine the odds of one man in history fulfilling all the prophecies recorded in the Scripture that point to the Jewish Messiah. There are over 300 Messianic prophecies in the Scriptures. Stoner chose just those that are clearly defined and specific for his study. To begin, eight prophecies were chosen that were totally beyond the human control of Yeshua [Jesus]:

#1 His place of birth [Micah 5:2]
#2 His time of birth [Daniel 9:25]
#3 His manner of birth [Isaiah 7:14]
4 His betrayal [Zechariah 11:12-13]
#5 His manner of death [Psalm 22:16-18]; Notice the detail even down to the gambling for His robe!
#6 The piercing of His hands, feet, and side [Zechariah 12:10]
#7 People mocking [Psalm 22:7-8]
#8) His burial [Isaiah 53:9]

The compound probability of just these eight prophecies being fulfilled is 1 in 100,000,000,000,000,000 [1 in 10 to the 17th power]. To understand this number, take that many silver dollars and lay them on the face of Texas. They would cover the entire state two feet deep. Next, mark a single silver dollar, fly over Texas, and drop it anywhere. Then blindfold someone and let him parachute in anywhere he wants. He should take his time; he only gets one pick and the coin he picks must be the one you marked. What chance would he have of getting the right one? Just the same chance that the prophets had of writing these eight prophecies and having them all come true in any one man. Yeshua fulfilled them all! In practical terms, would anyone fail to invest in a financial venture if the chance of failure was one in 10 to the 17th power? This is how secure an investment it is to believe that Yeshua is the Messiah. [Only the rewards are truly out of this world!]

Now let's raise the odds using 48 prophecies. We find the chances of one man fulfilling just 48 of these Messianic prophecies to be 1 in 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000, 000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000, 
000,000,000,000,000,000,000 [1 in 10 to the 157th power]. 

Yeshua fulfilled over 300 prophecies! It would take more faith to deceive yourself that Yeshua is NOT the Messiah, than to accept the FACT that He is!" 

Just think about this for a moment: 
"Refusing to choose is a form of choice. 
Disbelief is a form of belief. 
In choosing, we must not only use the intelligence God gave us, but also our hearts."
[end quote]

Regular visitors to KJS-HW may recall two [2] of my alternate takes on the True Gospel and True Salvation: THE MATHEMATICAL GOSPEL [http://kjs-heresywatch.blogspot.com/2010/03/mathematical-gospel.html] and: SINK OR SWIM [http://kjs-heresywatch.blogspot.com/2010/04/sink-or-swim.html]. It just goes to show that there are multiple methods; techniques and ways to present the True Gospel to folks out there in satan's sphere. Different strokes for different folks! We all have our own 'thumbprint' and our own way of getting the message across. Be bold and be truly evangelical my friends! Forget the personal glory - think on the honour it credits the LORD with!

Real Bereans [Acts 17:11] are truly needed; watchmen must warn; evangelists must compel; DO NOT BE DECEIVED and watch that periphery!

God bless you and God bless Israel ... Keith JS ... 13-July-2010


Anonymous said...

Jesus never places the resurrection of the dead in Christ and the gathering up of believers
from earth, before, in the middle, or at the end of the 70th week. Think of the countless hours of research, preaching, articles, and books by believers vainly trying to prove a pre-tribulation, mid-tribulation, or post-tribulation rapture. These interpretations are not in scripture. Let's remember, the 70th week of Daniel is never called the tribulation period (Dan. 9:24). When Jesus says 'after the tribulation of these days', He is referring to the first five seals on the outside of the heavenly scroll. Jesus will open the 4th seal in the middle of the 70th week (Rev. 6:7-8, Mat. 24:9-15). The Son of Man will come back after He opens the 6th seal (Mark 13:24-27). This proves the gathering up of the elect at His coming must happen sometime in the second half of the 70th week; no man knows the exact day or hour (Mat. 24:36).

Keith J Sinclair said...

Dear Anonymous,

I agree and that's why I believe the pre-Wrath Rapture position is the best. Many thanx for your comment & God bless ... KJS

Anders Branderud said...

Comment about the Mashiakh:

”There is an unequivocal criteria for discerning the Mashiakhַ or a navi ( lit. "the one bringing"; i.e., a prophet; one who calls, proclaims, prophesies): Dәvâr•im′ 13.1-6. תּוֹרָה (Torah) sets forth the acid test, whether the alleged Mashiakh ( מָשִׁיחַ) or נָבִיא (navi) advocates to keep, or displace, תּוֹרָה. Partial (i.e., selective) observance entails rejection of מִצווֹת (mitzwot; commandments) that are non-selected, which is rejection of תּוֹרָה in its indivisible whole. There is no middle ground.”

( Quote “1993 covenant” by Paqid Yirmeyahu Ben Dawid (found here: www.netzarim.co.il) (slightly edited by me).

A logical analysis (found in the above Netzarim-website (including the scientific premises the analysis is based on) (it is the website of the only legitimate Netzarim-group)) (including the logical implications of the research by Ben-Gurion Univ. Prof. of Linguistics Elisha Qimron of Dead Sea Scroll 4Q MMT) of all extant source documents of “the gospel of Matthew” (which is a redaction of Netzarim Hebrew Matityahu (which was perfectly in harmony with Torah) and anti-Torah) and archeology proves that the historical Ribi Yehosuha ha-Mashiakh (the Messiah) (ben Yoseiph) from Nazareth and his talmidim (apprentice-students), called the Netzarim, taught and lived Torah all of their lives; and that Netzarim and Christianity were always antithetical.

To be one of Ribi Yehoshuas Netzarim-talmidim (apprentice-students) one must do likewise (learn more in the above website). One mitzwah is Torah is subordination to a beit-din. Those whom want to follow Ribi Yehoshua must subordinate to the beit-din ha-Netzarim.

The Christian Jzus of the “gospels” contradicts Torah with his words in several instances (documented in the above Netzarim-website), and thus didn’t fullfill the Messianic prophecies.

To the contray, the historical Ribi Yehoshua did fulfil the Messianic prophecies.

Anders Branderud

Keith J Sinclair said...

Dear Anders, Tank you for posting your comment. I value your opinion.

G-d bless ... KJS