I would like to see documentation of this assertion - by an impartial observer. I am sure there was quite a bit of reaching to get that total to 3500.<quoted text>
There are over 6,000 predictions in the bible, of which over 3,500 have come true.
Let's look at a few.
John quotes Jesus (1900 years ago) as saying, "Behold, I come quickly."
Well, we're still waiting.
"Remember ye the words which were spoken before of the apostles ... that they told you there should be mockers in the last time."
The author of Jude thought he was living in "the last time." 17-18
Aren't the most important prophecies the ones involving the return of your savior? Shouldn't they be the most spot on, the least vague, and... I don't know... already fulfilled?
But let's see some proof for that claim of 3500 out of 6000. Prophecies that are predicted and confirmed within the bible itself do not count. I shouldn't have to tell you why.