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Thursday, 31 December 2009
The Bible Code
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Enigma, God’s Prophecies, Soothsaying, or the Peculiarities of the Hebrew Language?

by Norman Berdichevsky (January 2010)


For more than a decade, Biblical scholarship, archaeological research and theological speculations have been put on hold or eclipsed by the world-wide popularity of The Bible Code, launched by Michael Drosnin that was a runaway best seller. Published in 1997, it asserted that the Old Testament contains a secret code based on the equidistant spaces of Hebrew letters arrayed as a continuous chain. It is indeed amazing that diverse people in many different cultures and traditions, some with a profound understanding and appreciation of the Old Testament,  have accepted the validity of the code. more>>>
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Posted on 12/31/2009 4:36 PM by NER
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31 Dec 2009
Paul Blaskowicz

What weird  mental contortions even brilliant minds make to prove their theories.  This one puts in mind the  Infinite Monkey-Soferim Theory.  I would have been totally convinced if the nun of Rabin had been a final form. (Yeah. Right)