DISCUSSION BOARD FORUM 2: PROJECT 4 INSTRUCTIONS

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DISCUSSION BOARD FORUM 2: PROJECT 4 INSTRUCTIONS When performing a hypothesis test, you must make an assumption in order to perform it. Assume that the hypothesis you are testing (the null hypothesis) is true. This assumption allows you to calculate the probability of the test results. You then use that probability to decide whether or not to accept the hypothesis and the claim associated with it. The more likely the results, the more readily you accept the hypothesis. This kind of analysis can be used to evaluate any idea for which there are enough facts or data. For example, what about the premise that Jesus is the Son of God? Josh McDowell takes a similar approach to answering this question in his book, Evidence That Demands a Verdict (Campus Crusade for Christ, 1972). In his book, McDowell collects a variety of information that attests to the Bible’s validity and Jesus’ claims to being the Son of God. He includes the interesting results of a large volume of research. In the section

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The probabilities are mentioned below with justifications:ProphesyFulfilled InProbability 1.. Psa. 22:16They pierced His hands and His feetJohn 19:34, 37; 20:27Justification - Assuming that population of jeruselam at that time was 25,000 and he number of soldiers were 5,000 Probability of Jesus getting pierced =(1/25000)*(5000/25000) = 1 in 1250002. Isa. 53:3bRejectedMatthew 27:21-23Justification - Assuming not all rejected him, so lets assume there 40 % of the population reject himProbability of getting rejected = 40/100 = 2 in 53. Jer. 31:22Born of a

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