13 accuracies. Let's see:
In 2,012 years and a few months, approximately 734,949 days have passed. Thirteen accuracies amount to about 56,500 days per accuracy. Two accuracies per day is a far greater number.
I do, though, like how the accuracies are rated by "probability of fulfillment." That argument is profound in its hilarity. Many of the accuracies are metaphors that are fulfilled only through interpretation of the metaphor. Others are historically informed predictions that were no doubt chosen for inclusion in the canonical Bible because they are accurate. People forget that the history of the Bible is a revisionist one. If there's one thing Christians know well, it's cherry picking.
The bible, as it was written, is very well preserved throughout history.
No revisionism needed.
And it's prophesies were very accurate. Especially the crucifixion of the Christ.