To start with, these are the 8 prophecies studied by Dr. Stoner [Swipe left]. Additionally, upon examination, the committee of the American Scientific Affiliation verified that Stoner's calculations were dependable and accurate in regard to the scientific material presented (Peter Stoner, Science Speaks, Chicago: Moody Press, 1969, 4). So if you don't believe in Jesus as the Son of God, you should avoid cognitive dissonance while reading these information and reconsider your position. That's how mathematics prove the divinity of Jesus:
Remember that, as I explained in the previous post, most historians, if not all, agree that, if one discards the Bible as unreliable historically, then he or she must discard all the literature of antiquity. No other document has as much evidence to confirm its reliability. Besides, the Bible is full of prophecies. In Science Speaks, Dr. Stoner studied the probability that one man could have fulfilled even 8 of the 300 prophecies that pertain to Him in the Bible.
Let's look at these eight prophecies from the Old Testament pertaining to Christ, their fulfillment by Christ in the New Testament, the probability of one man fulfilling each prophecy, and the sum of one man fulfilling all eight prophecies, by random chance. [Continuation in the comment section]