Examining Prophecy: Nostradamus’ “Prophecies”

Often times when I attempt to use prophecy as a means of justifying the Bible's supernatural origins, the common rebuttal I get is a reference to the fact that Nostradamus' wrote some "prophecies" as well. Usually this point is made to de-legitimize Bible prophecy. After all, if a mere human being can predict future events then prophecy isn't so special anymore right?

Examining Prophecy: Prophecy in other Religions

From the secular viewpoint, prophecy isn't real. If you don't belief in God or the supernatural, there's no room for prophecy as well. Often times when I attempt to use prophecy as a means of justifying the Bible's supernatural origins, one of the common rebuttals I get is that other religions also have their own prophecies which makes Bible prophecy not as "unique". Is this claim true?

Examining Prophecy: The Two Witnesses

Christians believe that the Bible is the inspired word of God and that the prophecies written in it are also from a divine source - God. However, many people only see the Bible as a historical text with no modern day value. My goal is to see what its author is claiming or trying to express to us - the readers - in light of the historical context and extra-biblical sources.

Examining Prophecy: Is Bible Prophecy too vague?

From the secular viewpoint, prophecy isn't real. If you don't believe in God or the supernatural, there's no room for prophecy as well. I take a look at one of the arguments against prophecy; that bible prophecy is too vague.

Examining Prophecy: What is Bible Prophecy?

Bible prophecy is often either avoided by Christians and the church or mocked by non-Christians. Does it only have to do with God's wrath and the "end of the world" or is there more to it?