Okay, so since we've been asked several times to get back on track on the Noah's Ark thing, I feel it's best to get back on track. But there are some things that need to be discussed. Redlion brought up the idea of "the Bible proving itself" through prophecies. First of all, I would like to say that the chances of Jesus fulfilling every single prophecy about him just by chance is like marking a dime and covering the entire state of Texas with two feet of dimes and randomly picking that dime. Now here's the issue presented: Was it rigged? On one side, we have people saying that the writers of the Bible did so for their own convenience, and on the other side, we have people saying that the prophecies actually were made and came true. Showdown! First point I will make is that the Old Testament was not rigged to fit the New Testament. It was written and accepted by Jews much earlier than the New Testament was written, and even the Jews, who accept the Old Testament, will reject the New Testament.