I have always heard that the city of Tyre being made flat like a rock and the place where fishermen spread there nets already happened. Ezekial 26 is the prophecy I'm talking about.
Then I read this unbelievers article:
http://www.infidels.org/library/magazin ... 2tyre.html
My first thought was that it was partially fulfilled then but is yet to be fulfilled in the future. But now I'm wondering... Why was Nebuchednezzar named then? Could he be used as a foreshadow of the AC? Why would so many bible teachers use this prophecy as evidence of the reliability of the Scriptures?
This bothers me just like the Antiochus verses. How do we know which is future and which is not? The way it's mixed up gives skeptics places to mock prophecy. Maybe it's like Jesus' parables. He spoke in parables so that unbelievers wouldn't understand and be judged according to their knowledge.
I hope someone has some thoughts.