Throughout history, there has been a great effort to corroborate the truth recorded in the Bible. Many linguists, scholars, historians, and archeologists have perused careers in order accurately supporting the Bible with evaluated evidence. However, one of the paramount necessities is to be able to incorporate all these disciplines together in an effort to prove that the Bible was given by Divine Revelation. Further one of the most significant keys tools that God has provided for us to authenticate the Scriptures original nature is predictive prophecy. When prophecy is given and later appropriately fulfilled it enables scholars the ability to delineate literary works of men which have knowledge that is limited within the constriction of time and the knowledge revealing the future revealed by God that is not constrained to these limitations. God declares this unique ability through His prophet Isaiah stating, “I make known the end from the beginning, from ancient times, what is still to come” (Isaiah 46:10 [New International Version]). This article provides an examination into Daniel 9:25-26 to reveals how the specific prophecies can be used as evidence to substantiate the theological conclusion of Divine Revelation as the origin of the Bible.
Ordemann, Robert C.
"Evaluation of the Prophecies in Daniel 9:25-26 in Order to Confirm the Origin of the Bible,"
Diligence: Journal of the Liberty University Online Religion Capstone in Research and Scholarship: Vol. 1
, Article 12.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/djrc/vol1/iss1/12