I didn't say 31,000 did I?<quoted text>Give over with Josephus and Tacitus. Both those claims have been repeatedly blown out of the water.
Except for generalized vaguenesses like "bad stuff is going to happen someplace, at some point in time" not a single Biblical prophecy has been "fulfilled".
31,000 "unfulfilled" prophecies? That's, what, lies that haven't happened yet?
The Bible, yes, cites facts - but only those that were known at the time of writing.
"(1) Some time before 500 B.C. the prophet Daniel proclaimed that Israel's long-awaited Messiah would begin his public ministry 483 years after the issuing of a decree to restore and rebuild Jerusalem (Daniel 9:25-26). He further predicted that the Messiah would be "cut off," killed, and that this event would take place prior to a second destruction of Jerusalem. Abundant documentation shows that these prophecies were perfectly fulfilled in the life (and crucifixion) of Jesus Christ. The decree regarding the restoration of Jerusalem was issued by Persia's King Artaxerxes to the Hebrew priest Ezra in 458 B.C., 483 years later the ministry of Jesus Christ began in Galilee.(Remember that due to calendar changes, the date for the start of Christ's ministry is set by most historians at about 26 A.D. Also note that from 1 B.C. to 1 A.D. is just one year.) Jesus' crucifixion occurred only a few years later, and about four decades later, in 70 A.D. came the destruction of Jerusalem by Titus.
(Probability of chance fulfillment = 1 in 105.)*"
There are too many to post, read for yourself.