As for Psalm 22, nothing in it suggests that the writer is the messiah: "I am a worm and not a man."Did you know thousands of years before he was crucified. It was foretold in the book of psalms. Psalms 22
Furthermore, where do you get crucifixion out of that? Because the hands and feet are pierced? This man asked, "Deliver me from the sword." The victim says that, "All my bones are on display." That's not a crucifixion.
Is accurate prophecy a useful indicator of anything? If so, how about a standing ovation for scientific prophecy and the scientists at CERN that found that Higgs particle?
And not in vague riddles, either - like Psalms, Isaiah, Nostradamus, Chinese fortune cookies, or the Magic 8-Ball. The scientific prophets told us EXACTLY where to look and EXACTLY what we would find there. The physicists said, "Look at that very high energy, and if we're right about reality, you'll find Higgs."
The scientists already had an excellent record of prophecy:
 Einstein prophesied the bending of light grazing past the sun. Such was the confidence in the priests of science that a fleet of ships was sent to various locations around the world to confirm the prophecy in 1919. It made headlines. http://www.wired.com/thisdayintech/2009/05/da...
 Twenty-five years later, the scientists did it again. "Quantum electrodynamics (QED) is the study of how electrons and photons interact ... The predictions of QED regarding the scattering of photons and electrons are accurate to eleven decimal places." http://physics.about.com/od/quantumphysics/p/...
 You can read about the prophecy of the cosmic microwave background and see the same thing. The priests of science predicted the existence of previously unsuspected radiation pervading the universe in an incredibly uniform way, and predicted it's precise temperature and wavelength. also later confirmed http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cosmic_microwave...
So, based on that reputation, billions were allocated to look for the Higgs particle, with which the scientists built a fine machine to look where man had never before except in his rich imagination.
 And lo and behold! A particle was born.
The church and its bible can't compete with prophecy like that.