Many scholars disagree but even so, predicting that the Roman's patience would soon run out with the Jews is not impressive at all. When we read those prophecies in detail it is clear you have to cherry-pick a couple of phrases to get anything useful for your case. That is always the case with bible prophecy.
Actually was very impressive.
BTW there are some paranormal events in the Temple after the Cruxification until the destruction. Jewish priests documented such events.
What statistics are you referring to? I am making a simple observation that if god revealed anything through the bible it is reasonable to expect some evidence of that when you read the book. There is none.
This your subjective opinion.
Statistics can be used to compare excludent subjective opinions. The majority of subjective opinions is there's evidence of Divine revelation in the Bible.
Personally I would have hinted at germ theory of disease. Or mentioned the fact that the earth and other planets revolve around the sun. Something simple but interesting and way ahead of its time.
The purpose of the Bible is the salvation of the soul.
I was going to carry on but you get the picture.
All your work is ahead of you. This is a thread where I am very happy with the OP and very disappointed with the quality of the conversation that followed.
Just your opinion (again).
Nobody - absolutely nobody - cares about you Roman Catholic dogma. It is totally irrelevant to challenge.
So the position of the largest monotheistic religion in human history is totally irrelevant in a discussion about God.
Your reasoning is very strange...