But arguing that the text was actually written after the predicted events is a perfectly good tactic if you can back it up with evidence and logic.
Yes. Sure can.
It's the oldest complete scroll of the copy of the Book of Isiah to have been found, it dates to 100 to 150 BC.
All the information found everywehre. Even on Wiki.
The logical conclusion is that nobody knows exactly when the original books were written; we don't exactly know who wrote them; we don't know whether the copies (oldest dated to 100 to 150 BC) are accurate or not.
That's a fallacy in itself, wish I knew a name for it.
Nope. No fallacy involved. Just that nobody knows exactly when the Book of Isiah was written by those different authors. No originals involved.
It's quite possible that a true history could be written reporting on a prophecy AND its fulfillment over time and by calling it circular reasoning you'd accomplish nothing but ensuring that you personally would never know that it was true.
Thanks for stating the obvious. Everything is possible. Probable, not.
Any reliable evidence that the original Jewish, Protestant, Eastern Orthodox Bible Books of Isaiah were written before the propecy came true, yet?
Using that same logic using fossils to date geological layers and using geological layers to date fossils is circular reasoning.
First riduculously stupid creationist blunder. That's the opposite of what geologists do.
As someone else once wrote on this forum (I can't remember who it was).
And every time I read it, I wonder if you guys ever think about what you're saying. Can you really imagine a geologist standing up at a geological conference and saying: "I know this rock is ten million years old because the fossils in it are ten million years old. And I know that the fossils in it are ten million years old because I know that the rock is ten million years old" --- and no-one makes an objection?
Clearly the creationist fantasy of what geologists do cannot be an actual description of what they do; and it isn't.
You created a straw man argument. You think that we all are ignorant or uinformed about geology. News to you, we have a few geologists on this forum.
You insulting those tens of thousands of practicing geologists from all over the world is not doing you any favours.