Peter Stoner was Chairman of the Mathematics and Astronomy Department of the Pasadena City College until 1953 when he moved to Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California. There he served as chairman of the science division. At the time he wrote this book he was Professor Emeritus of Science at Westmont.
Dr. Harold Hartzier, an officer of the American Scientific Affiliation* wrote a forward in the book that the manuscript was carefully reviewed by a committee of his organization and that “the mathematical analysis is based on principles of probability are thoroughly sound and these principles are applied in a proper and convincing way.”
This group of scientists and mathematicians used conservative statistics to accurately establish the statistical probability of fulfilling eight accurate Biblical prophesies or predictions from the Bible as being one chance in one-hundred-quadrillion! That’s a one with 17 zeros after it. It’s a hundred-thousand times larger than a trillion. Accidental fulfillment of these prophesies is simply beyond the realm of possibility. This took Dining Intervention! A detailed listing of 108 prophesies fulfilled by Jesus is contained in Dr. David Reagan’s book, Christ in Prophesy Study Guide.
Put into perspective, one trillion dollar bills stacked on each other would circle our planet five times! Our national debt which is over $23 trillion dollars, the bills would circle the world over 115 times! Peter Stoner and his team of experts using conservative statistics mathematically calculated that the probability of fulfilling eight accurate predictions from the Bible would be like marking a coin and mixing it into a pile of coins two-and-a-half-feet-deep covering the entire State of Texas and finding that marked coin on the very first try! This was for eight accurate predictions. I was given at least 24 predictions with 100 percent accuracy by my guardian angel who was never wrong. This took Divine Providence!
This puts these facts into a solid statistical and scientific base! You can destroy any atheist in a debate with it. It’ll be no-contest! This is the real thing, folks! What amazes me is how some of our pastors can’t see this solid statistically scientific evidence. They have to take off their blinders. Ask any professional poker player the value of these statistics. They’ll tell you that this is science at its very finest! We are onto something very important and special and it should become more nationally recognized.
*The American Scientific Affiliation (www.asa3.org) was founded in 1941 as an international network of Christians in the sciences. Members of the ASA are united by a belief in the orthodoxy of Christianity.
A family friend named Mrs. Budek came to my home periodically from when I was about seven years of age and into my middle 20’s, and accurately outlined my entire future, telling me in fine detail what I’d be doing before these different events took place. It was like she was on a special mission to guide and protect me so that I could fulfill my purpose in life. Amazingly, she was 100% accurate and she was never wrong! She made over twenty-four predictions over 60 years ago, and they all came out—or are about to come out. I believe she was my guardian angel.
Fulfilling only eight predictions is scientifically and mathematically calculated to be one chance in ten to the seventieth power! That’s a one with seventeen zeros after it. It was calculated by these mathematicians and scientists that it would be like marking a coin, putting it into a pile of coins two-and-a-half-feet deep covering the entire State of Texas, and finding that marked coin on the first try! We can all agree that from a secular point of view, this is impossible—yet it happened with at least twenty-four predictions, and she was 100% accurate and never wrong.
Here are a few examples of her predictions:
1) She urged my mother to tell her brother that his third born child was sick and needed immediate medical attention or she would die, and that my mother would hear about her illness from a friend by phone if she did not tell him. My mother didn’t believe her and disregarded her warning, and that fatal telephone call came from a friend regarding her illness. Her niece had tuberculosis, and it was too far advanced by then and she died. My mother often lamented how she could have saved her niece’s life had she only listened and spoke up. However, from that time on whenever Mrs. Budek spoke, we all listened.
2) She cautioned me to be careful as I entered an alley on my bike that had garages on both sides, creating a blind spot, or I’d be struck by a car. A few days later, I approached an alley exactly as she described. I cautiously slowed down and ran into a speeding car. I could have been killed had I not listened. How could she have known to caution me just days before? (I am providing a photo of the alleyway)
3) She said we’d have a holdup in our grocery store by two men wearing Russian furs hats. She said they were extremely dangerous and not to do anything to alarm them. She described how they would look and even quoted what one of them would say to my mother. As they were leaving, one of them removed a bullet from his gun, placed it in the palm of his hand, and told my mother, “Just want to show you that we mean business.” These were the exact same words she predicted the gunmen would use.
4) She cautioned my mother to not chase a large dog away from the doorstep of our grocery store or we’d regret it. We chased a large German Sheppard dog away and we had a holdup shortly afterward.
5) She said I’d face a very dangerous marine incident and that I should be extremely careful when it happens. She was very protective of me and mentioned it several times. I was fishing one day when suddenly some high winds nearly capsized my boat. I was having motor troubles as well and if it stalled I would not have survived. I barely made it to shore.
6) She said I’d leave the school I was currently attending to become an optometrist after being urged by a man in a white uniform to switch schools. She said I’d do all right as an optometrist but that I’d do much better if I changed professions. It happened exactly as she said. I switched colleges and became a chiropractor. But how could she know this way back then?
7) She said I’d write a book and become in her words “very famous.” I sued the AMA and, thanks to a great lawyer and modern-day hero named George McAndrews, we won a landmark antitrust lawsuit, and I became very well known in the profession. I was voted as one of the three most respected chiropractors in America and received dozens of professional awards. I wrote a book about my lawsuit entitled Medicine, Monopolies and Malice. The lawsuit and courtroom drama was so dramatic that it could make a great motion picture someday. It was more dramatic than any John Grisham novel. This was predicted by her 30 years before it happened! From a secular point of view, it’s impossible—yet it happened! By the way, I’d rather have my wife and family back, but it wasn’t meant to be. The Good Lord had other plans for me and my family, and this is why I was given all of this information so far in advance! And you can be sure I wasn’t given all of this information without a reason. The reason was to write this book and inform the world with its message. This came to me from a Higher Power, which is God. No human could possibly do this.
8) She said my wife would abandon me and all three of my daughters would turn against me. She predicted this over 50 years ago to my mother and sister. When I first heard about it from them I disregarded it as being impossible because my wife was a Christian and I’d never give her a reason to leave me. Indeed, she not only left me without a cause but my daughters all turned against me for no valid reason. I was told this in advance so I could make this case as to how the devil can manipulate people as in the case of my own family.
9) My nephew was often told how he’d receive a great deal of money after he became much older but he scoffed at her prediction as being silly. He’d get angry when they told him this. He now shakes his head with disbelief and says: “It’s mind boggling, but how could she know?” That’s the point I’m making here; she was never wrong and how could she know? She had to be my guardian angel. It proves there is a Higher Power which is God and that He is using me and my family for a special purpose.
10) She said that I would write another book which contains Information other than chiropractic and that I’d become in her words “more famous.” My latest book has expanded its interest beyond chiropractic. It is entitled, “The Devil’s Intervention into Healthcare, Politics, Churches, Courts, Families.” I believe her next predictions will be fulfilled by this book!
I certify that all ten of the above statements are true and offer $25,000 to any challenger if I fail a polygraph test, and I will also make these statements under oath. After I pass the test then the challenger must give me $25,000 which I will donate to the Salvation Army.