The entire Old Testament Bible is comprised of the Law and the Prophets. Some of the prophetic stories are recorded as having been fulfilled. Others can significantly be fulfilled at our time, or are yet to be fulfilled. The experts, analyzing prophetic Scriptures could, actually, be doing well, exposing the fulfillments of mostly recorded Old Testament Prophecies.
The birth of Jesus was a fulfilment of an event, long held prophetically. However, the Jews could not connect Jesus’ birth, teachings and His death, before His resurrection. They invalidated exactly what the Prophecies had projected would transpire. Therefore, even today, most of the observed dramatic world events, project fulfilment of some Biblical prophecies.
There cannot be anything wrong with engaging in the business of analyzing the unveiling of the prophetic fulfillments. However, that business cannot necessarily be the gospel. Whether fulfilled or yet to be fulfilled, both Major and Minor Prophets, accomplished their mission. Otherwise, whether anyone believes it or not, everything is fulfilled in Jesus.
“The Law and the Prophets were proclaimed until John. Since that time, the good news of the kingdom of God is being preached, and everyone is forcing their way into it. It is easier for heaven and earth to disappear than for the least stroke of a pen to drop out of the Law” (Luke 16:16-17 NIV).
Except for possible typographic errors, what is recorded in the Books of Prophecy is as true as the existence of creation. The majority of God’s prophets were callously murdered. They were treated as abnormal people, culminating in the murder of Jesus on the cross.
Those denouncing the Prophets adopted the responsibility of guarding against fallacy. They committed themselves as God’s servants, but without understanding the God they professed to serve. Their behaviour identified with those of this world, thereby exposing themselves as charlatans.
Fascinating as prophecies can be, to many, their purpose is not of any significance to true Christianity. Prophecy is intended as proof of inspiration and God’s authority on particular events. Those prophecies carry some value, intended to bring none believers to Christianity.