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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No one in ancient times could have had such knowledge, but if no individual put the codes there, who did? James rated it liked it Aug 02, English Choose a language for shopping. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Here in this book, the work has been done for you.
AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. For example, II Peter 1: I was raised to believe every word of the Bible is God’s direct message to mankind. It also proves the hand of God in it. Jb rated it it was ok Sep 18, Feb 10, Deon Mangan rated it it was amazing.
Jun 11, Leslie rated it it was amazing.
Moreover, the book has even some factual errors: Some of the examples have got to be nothing but pure coincidence Jun 30, Donna rated it it was amazing Shelves: Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Cracking the Bible Code explores the extraordinary possibilities and the furor surrounding the codes in a riveting story that is equal parts holy quest, Byzantine intrigue, and cutting-edge science.
It shows that the Bible is reliable, dependable and ageless. Yes, our use of phrases and sentences is statistically far beyond what was known back then. This is certainly a legitimate opinion, and it is certainly justified by the current evidence. It was the Prologue which was the magnet that drew me into exploring the book’s contents.
References to important names, dates, and historical events have been found coed in the book of Genesis. May 31, Michael rated it liked it. I can’t disagree with reviewer Catalin Negru more.
But some of today’s greatest scientific minds have been unable as yet to disprove the codes. The first I’d seen was Michael Drosnin’s which is of limited value. Around pages, divided in 14 chapters, an epilogue and 3 appendixes.
Colleen rated it liked it Apr 08, Then, as a Jew, the author praises the mystical nature of the Torah and suggests that this is a proof it was inspired by God. Williams rated it really liked it Apr 01, Satinover includes background history of codes, some personal biography, and an excellent and highly readable treatment and assessment of the Codes themselves. User Review – Flag as inappropriate This book is a must read for those who study the Torah.
If the codes are proven to be genuine, they would be tantamount to scientific proof of the existence of God. The book advances the existence of a code in the first five books of the Bible the Torah. In all regards, Dr.
After all, if God loves us all, why bother inserting codes and other craps in the holy texts?
Cracking the Bible Code by Jeffrey Satinover
Withoutabox Ejffrey to Film Festivals. There has been much said and posted with regard to the Codes in the Torah, and of course, Drosnin’s book, The Bible Codehas been highly promoted and discussed also. Damning By Faint Praise That’s nonsense and totally uncalled for, and I hope it doesn’t dissuade anyone from reading a VERY interesting book.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. It seems like an ostrich philosophy to contend that the balance of the Tanakh is not amenable to the Heaviside technique.
Who Wrote the Bible A Purim Drash The book is cracoing with examples like this calculation of the lunar cycle, etc.
Cracking the Bible Code
He writes and lectures on the interface between science and religion. The discovery that precise, descriptions of earth-shaking events seem to be encoded into the first five books of the Bible has captured the world’s attention. In my personal opinion, however, it is not likely to be entirely correct.
I don’t think the Bible Code actually exists, but I found the discussion of Jewish religion, history and mysticism absolutely mesmerizing.
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It is available at Amazon. All in all an outstanding book. Foundations of Jewish Survival