2 Timothy 3:14-15 "You, however, continue in the things you have learned and become convinced of, knowing from whom you have learned them, 15 and that from childhood you have known the sacred writings which are able to give you the wisdom that leads to salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus."
Premise #2 If God does not exist, then written fulfilled prophetic prediction (defined in #1) cannot exist.
Premise #3 If only naturalistic laws can explain our universe, or if our universe is a closed system that emerged by chance or self-creation, then we should not see any evidence of fulfilled prophetic prediction.
Premise #4 If the phenomena of fulfilled prophetic prediction exists, then an explanation is demanded other than what naturalism and the model of a closed, self-created universe can explain. Hence that explanation can only be an intelligent Mind that is both outside and inside our universe (i.e Theism).
Premise #5 If any written document could adequately meet the criteria of premises #1-#4, then on a reasonable basis, the reality of Divine revelation as demonstrated by fulfilled prophetic prediction would be confirmed. Moreover, if such a document exists, then the reality of the deity claimed on its pages would also be confirmed by default.
Premise #6 When we survey every religious volume in the world, none contain one example of fulfilled prophetic prediction (defined in Premise #1), and none fulfill the criteria of premises #2-5, save the Bible.
Therefore: The Bible is the unique, revealed Word of God.
1. Mormonism's books: When we survey the Book of Mormon and its two companion volumes of Doctrine and Covenants and Pearl of Great Price, not one example of fulfilled predictive prophecy as confirmed in the manner above is found.
2. Islam's book, the Quran. In reading through that volume (which is slightly bigger than the New Testament), not one example of fulfilled predictive prophecy is found.
3. Hinduism's major books, the Upanishads, Veda and the Bhagavad-Gita contain not one example of predicted fulfilled prophecy.
4. The writings of Confusius, the ancient religious writings of Persian Zoroastianism and Babylonian Creation epics do not contain one example of predicted fulfilled prophecy.
So in scouring major religious texts, plus reading reports from scholars who have done the same in religious texts not mentioned above, not one example of predictive fulfilled prophecy has been found. But now what about the Jewish Old Testament and Christian New Testament (together comprising the books of the Bible)? We find not just one, but dozens and hundreds of examples of fulfilled, predictive Bible prophecy. Two examples will be given from both the Old and New Testament: Daniel 9:23-27 and Matthew 24:1-20.
The first part of the prophecy states that God will begin the official time from the decree to rebuild Jerusalem until Messiah is cut-off corresponds to two sub-divisions of "7 weeks or 49 years" and "62 weeks or 434 years", with both equalling out to "69 weeks or 483 years". The second part of the prophecy could be dealt with, but for sake of brevity we will just focus upon the first part.