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Summary of Foretold’s Mission

Foretold tests ancient Bible predictions about nations, races, and places against the march of history, satellite images, and on-location photography today.

Precisely predicting the destiny of millions of lives, over thousands of years, all separated by hundreds of miles proves beyond a reasonable doubt the Bible is inspired by the very hand of God.

These are miracles captured on camera – seeing is believing.

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Foretold – QuickShare Edition collects visual evidence from the Middle East, testing the predictions of the Bible against the march of history. Images shot on location in the once great empires are compared against the predictions of the Bible recorded over 2,000 years ago.

This is more than a digital book, but an interactive tool allowing you to take the evidence everywhere and speed through the predictions in seconds. Linger to “dig deep” into the history and modern evidence about Edom, Egypt, and Tyre. Begin your journey of discovery with full explanations of these three national predictions that persuade the mind beyond a reasonable doubt.

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Foretold – QuickShare Edition collects visual evidence from the Middle East, testing the predictions of the Bible against the march of history. Images shot on location in the once great empires are compared against the predictions of the Bible recorded over 2,000 years ago.

This is more than a booklet, but an tool allowing you to take the evidence everywhere and speed through the predictions in seconds, lingering to dig deep into Edom, Egypt, and Tyre. Begin your journey of discovery with full explanations of these three national predictions that persuade the mind beyond a reasonable doubt. If foretelling the destiny of millions of lives over thousands of years isn’t enough, we add what was foretold of three more races and nations to the QuickShare experience – all to end the debate and give birth to faith.

The image evidence is sourced from over a dozen independent photographers and explorers traveling on location in the Middle East through modern countries such at Iraq, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, and Israel. Decades of thought and hundreds of hours of design work under gird the Foretold platform. More than just evidence, QuickShare is a simple, easy to understand, user interface that methodically lays out the facts making them a breeze to quickly share.

Author – Robert Jacobus

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What is the Foretold, Seeing is Believing Concept?

We test the ancient predictions in the Bible about various nations, races, and places against the march of history, on location photos, and satellite  images.

These are essentially miracles captured on camera – again, and again, and again.

How can you say these are miracles captured on camera?

The Bible makes a multitude of predictions that foretold the destiny of Million of lives. spread over thousands of years, separated by hundreds of miles.

The accuracy in precision, detail, and length of time is as impressive as seeing someone raised from the dead.  It is a multitude of miracles that proves beyond a reasonable doubt that the Bible comes from very hand of God

When thinking of prophecy, we immediately think of fortune tellers.  Predictions so vague, they could mean anything.

There are vague predictions with elusive language in the Bible.  That is not our focus here.  The Foretold platform is testing predictions that are ongoing with results that can be validated or falsified today.

Give us some of the predictions.

Ammon – Nation Destroyed but afterward restored
Edom – Cities Desolate Forever
Egypt – Never to rule nations again, cursed to lowly nation status
Philistines – Damned to Extinction
Tyre – Naval SuperPower plagued with war upon war till a fishing village

How many predictions are there?

That depends on a couple factors.  We are only testing predictions that are perpetual – meaning the curse or blessing goes on till the end times.  This is so we can verify whether the miracle actually occurred.  There are sub-predictions giving specific details about what will happen to cities within larger punished nations.

The QuickShare Edition focuses on the big three of Edom, Egypt, and Tyre because of the abundance of evidence and jarring visuals captured on camera.  We add three more – The Ammonites, Nineveh, the Philistines just to prove the point beyond a reasonable doubt.

All total, there are 15 verifiable nations, races, and places we will ultimately analyze with upwards of 20 to 30 total to explore to varying degrees of certainty.

What are your sources for information about these places?

We try to use secular sources without an ax to grind:
Google Maps and NASA satellite images
On site photography from secular sources
Secular histories from ancient times through today that are ambivalent to hostile to the Judeo-Christian faith

Weren’t these predictions written after they came true?  Essentially history dressed up like prophecy?

Even if the Bible was only 1000 years old, the predictions holding up would be astounding.  No serious scholars date the Tanahk (Old Testament) after the times of Jesus 2,000 years ago.  The biggest historical and archaeological finds are:

Masoretic Text – 1000 years old
Septuagint – Greek Translation – 2100 years old
Dead Sea Scrolls – +2200 years old

The predictions are well over 2200 years old beyond a reasonable doubt

How come we have never heard of this?

Foretold has a long and rich intellectual history in the West:
John Calvin, 1539, –  James Arminus, 1600 – Newton, 1746 – Keith, 1823 – Davis, 1931

Historically, it seems we achieve social and cultural victory and move on to other things as a Church, forgetting to persuade our kids with the same evidences  that captured our imaginations.  Generations pass and the emphasis is lost from memory even though for Christians, 13 of the 14 examples of evangelism in the Book of Acts rest on quoting predictions fulfilled in Jesus Christ.

Is this really that important?  There are lots of types of evangelism and apologetics.

It is vital because it is at the center of God’s heart and agenda. It was one of two crucial proofs God deployed all through Scripture:

1) miracle power and
2) predictions validated in the march of history.

Predictions as proof was the test set by Moses, the banner held high by Isaiah, the Standard set by Jesus on the road to Emmaus, and it became the Apostles Plan for Evangelism in the book of Acts.

This is a boat load of evidence – how can you expect people to use this?

The whole point for the existence of Foretold is to create tools people can download or buy that are easy to use and as simple as showing somebody a picture because seeing is believing.

Online at Foretold.com
QuickShare in print and e-book. Quick to see, Quick to share.
Social Media Shares on all platforms – @asforetold
App is in development

What is your background? How did you find this material?

I started out in the news business, my first big jobs at NBC and CBS collecting & verifying news and crafting stories on the Assignment Desk and out as a Field Producer.

I came to faith through Christian music and then spent the next couple months studying for reasons to believe.  I stumbled upon the predictions as I worked my way through the footnotes of various apologetics works like C.S. Lewis Mere Christianity and Josh McDowell’s Evidence that Demands a Verdict.  My thoughts kept returning to the predictions wondering why are these footnotes and afterthoughts?

Foretold is the synthesis of these backgrounds.  I’m a news and marketing guy looking to tell the story of the facts with an economy of words.  Nothing is faster that a picture that says a 1,000 words.

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