Most creationists use the supposed fulfilled prophecies in the Bible to "prove" that it is the Word of God. Here is a sample. I will add comments.
“Professor Peter W. Stoner who authored ‘Science Speaks’ stated that the probability of just eight particular prophecies being fulfilled in one person is 1 in 1017, i.e. 1 in 100,000,000,000,000,000). The eight prophecies used in the calculation were:
1. Messiah is to be born in Bethlehem (Micah 5:2; fulfilled in Matt. 2:1-7; John 7:42; Luke 2:47).
This is most certainly unfulfilled. Matthew and Luke contain unreconcilable chronological problems.
2. Messiah is to be preceded by a Messenger (Isaiah 40:3; Malachi 3:1; fulfilled in Matthew 3:1-3; 11:10; John 1:23; Luke 1:17).
Fulfilled only in the Bible. There is no independent confirmation.
3. Messiah is to enter Jerusalem on a donkey (Zechariah 9:9; fulfilled in Luke 35-37; Matthew 21:6-11).
This prophecy is self-fulfilling. If Jesus or the disciples knew about this prophecy the odds of it being fulfilled are 100%.
4. Messiah is to be betrayed by a friend (Psalms 41:9; 55:12-14; fulfilled in Matthew 10:4; 26:49-50; John 13:21).
Not confirmed outside of the Bible. This could also be considered a self-fulfilling prophecy. The non-canonical Book of Judas basically gives the story that Judas was asked by Jesus to betray him.
5. Messiah is to be sold for 30 pieces of silver (Zechariah 11:12; fulfilled in Matthew 26:15; 27:3).
Not c0nfirmed outside of the Bible.
6. The money for which Messiah is sold is to be thrown “to the potter” in God’s house (Zechariah 11:13; fulfilled in Matthew 27:5-7).
Not confirmed outside of the Bible.
7. Messiah is to be silent before His accusers (Isaiah 53:7; fulfilled in Matthew 27:12).
Self-fulfilling. If Jesus knew about this prophecy it would be a certainty that he would not say anything.
8. Messiah is to be executed by crucifixion as a thief (Psalm 22:16; Zechariah 12:10; Isaiah 53:5,12; fulfilled in Luke 23:33; John 20:25; Matthew 27:38; Mark 15:27,28).
This is the single prophecy most likely to be true, but it is still not confirmed outside of the Bible. It could even be the case, though a bit unlikely, that Jesus did things that insured that he would be crucified.
In summary: the odds of these "proohecies" being fulfilled are close to 100%.