Throughout history the Torah was only transmitted through direct copying. Even throughout thousands of years of exile with the Jews spread across the world, of the over 300,000 words in the Torah there are only nine differences, none of which change the meaning of the words in question.
Going against every medical assumption, the Gemara paskens that a damaged kidney is not a treifah in a cow, which, after years of being mocked, was confirmed by research in 1971.
The proportions of the Teivah are exactly the ideal ratio for building a large ship.
The promises made regarding Shmitta were easily tested throughout history yet the Torah makes the unlikely promise that the sixth year will produce sufficient crops for three years.
Concepts that are now taken for granted were innovations of the Jews previously unheard of in the world.
The Jewish People make up only a tiny percentage of humanity yet have a place of significance far beyond proportion.
No religion other than Judaism claims a public revelation of G-D.
The Gemara tells of the danger that the German people pose to the Jewish nation thousands of years before the Holocaust.
There are many precise prophecies contained in the Torah, specifically regarding going into galus, that against all odds came true.
The history of the Jews defies all historical precedent.
The Chachamim write that the Western Wall will never be destroyed, a prediction that is so unlikely after centuries of repeated destruction of Jerusalem.
Thousands of years after the writing of the Gemara, scientists discovered that the reasons given for honey being kosher display a shocking understanding of anatomy.
We find halachos in the Gemara that show knowledge of how genetic diseases are transmitted.
The Chachamim knew the precise time it takes for each lunar cycle, something only discovered by NASA through the usage of modern, cutting edge technology.
The Gemara states that until 40 days one may daven for an embryo to be a specific gender which is exactly when the baby starts developing as a specific gender.
Long believed to be a barbaric and violent tradition, Bris Milah is now recommended by modern medicine which additionally recognizes the eighth day as the ideal day for circumcision.
Out of the tens of thousands of species of fish, not one has been found with scales but no fins.
Shechita is a precise method for slaughtering an animal in a totally painless way and is only possible on kosher animals.
Long before the world accepted that Earth was not flat, Jewish sources write that the world is a sphere.
Early scholars believed the universe contained around, or even under, 1000 stars yet the Gemara says there are approximately 1 quintillion stars, nearly exactly the current estimate.