Cracking the Bible Code has 53 ratings and 10 reviews. Catalin said: Target audience: Common people, anyone interested to evade in the mysticism surround. Attempts to decode the meaning of the Bible are as old as the scriptures themselves. Jewish writers such as Philo and Christian writers such as Origen believed. review of Jeffrey Satinover’s book, Cracking the Bible Code written by Roy A. Reinhold. Recommendation: best foundations book on the Bible code, mandatory.
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Cracking the Bible Code
You will not be disappointed whether you are convinced of the evidence or not. References to important teh, dates, and historical events have been found encoded in the book of Genesis. Satinover includes background history of codes, some personal biography, and an excellent and highly readable treatment and assessment of the Codes themselves. This book had a lot jeffreyy math in it than I anticipated so a lot of it I didn’t get much out of.
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Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. No individual could have known this informationfrom what grew in the garden of Eden to details Satinover tells us that he believes that the Codes themselves are content-free — in other words, there’s no message.
Satinover’s book was the book we purchased when we found it.
Te from ancient history to cutting-edge science, this is must reading for anyone who seeks to make sense of the codes and their meaning for humankind.
My only quibble is with Dr. Learning by Reading About the Author Jeffrey Satinover, M. If you keep that in perspective, the Cracking The Bible Code will be entertaining as well as a great learning tool. The Purpose of Prayer All of these books on so-called Bible codes that all just happen to “predict” events after they happen, or just “happen” to find words that support the fallacies of the bumper crop of megaselling would-be Bible interpreters, are laughable.
That is NOT at all what Bible codes are about. Feb 10, Deon Mangan rated it it was amazing. No essence, only junk.
THE reference book to understand where explorations for a Bible code began; and it covers some of the development of coding systems in general. HarperCollinsOct 8, – Religion – pages. Email inquiries to the Research Staff at: Cracking the Bible Code is the first accurate account of the codes-a story far more stunning than crackiny yet been told.
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Therefore, I am very pleased to recommend the new book by Jeffrey Satinover, M. There are sections of the book which get quite complicated to follow for me at leastbut that doesn’t make me think of the book as something foolish, or put the author on a self-credited pedestal as finding satjnover significant in the Old Aatinover just because he is Jewish. I am sorry but anyone who runs around proclaiming “My god is bigger than your god and I have the right to kill anyone who disagrees” is getting it wrong.
The Evidence is Not Hidden Instead, they serve as a “watermark” that attests to the Divine authorship of the Torah. Some of the examples have got to be nothing but pure coincidence Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.
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If codr codes are proven to be genuine, they would be tantamount to scientific proof of the existence of God. Essays by Stan Tenen. No eBook available Amazon. Showing of 53 reviews.
The accuracy of these codes will amaze you. Honestly, at the end of the book you feel like a big waste of time. I believe it is more likely that the Codes do contain real and important content, but that the content most assuredly is not Nostradamus-like predictions, and it is not even literal.
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