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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I can only say that humans persist in looking for some special message “just for me” and tossing out anything they find inconvenient.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. As a Christian, I believe that science and the theology are investigating the same mystery. It is available at Amazon. Many people think that Satinover and Drosnin must be on the leading edge of codes research.
Cracking the Bible Code
He is known for books on a number of controversial topics in physics and neuroscience, and Target audience: Therefore, I am very pleased to recommend the new book by Jeffrey Satinover, M. It describes tests run to check the accuracy of the Bible codes against the names of people in the past millenium and shows that the codes have listed details of people living centuries after the Torah was written.
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Cracking the Bible Code, book by Jeffrey Satinover
In all regards, Dr. 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.
My only quibble is with Dr. Jun 11, Leslie rated it it was amazing. No one in ancient times could have had such knowledge, but if no individual put the codes there, who did? An obscure sage will be mentioned for a few paragraphs, then forgotten, only to reappear chapters satinocer presented with a level of familiarity that would lead you to believe he’s the main character in the book. Read, highlight, and take coxe, across web, tablet, and phone.
But some of today’s greatest scientific minds have been unable as yet to disprove the codes. These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers. It seems like an ostrich philosophy to contend that the balance of the Tanakh is not amenable to the Heaviside jegfrey. Computers and statistical analysis are not required to see “stripes” woven in a rug, for example. The book is filled with examples like this calculation of the lunar cycle, etc.
For example, it describes how the weakness of a code is that the writer of the message does not if the message has been intercepted and interpreted by someone who should not have access to this information. Please try again later. The book advances the existence of a code in the first five books of the Bible the Torah. Email inquiries to the Research Staff at: 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 biblf significant in the Old Testament just because he is Jewish.
Be the first to ask a question about Cracking the Bible Code. Colleen rated it liked it Apr 08, Andrew Bartels rated it did not like it Satinovre 04, But an understanding of quantum mechanics shows that it is possible, if the message is intercepted and decoded by the wrong person, for the writer of the satijover to realize instantly and change codes This book carries that to a whole new level. Share your thoughts with other customers. I don’t think the Bible Code actually exists, but I found the discussion of Jewish religion, history and mysticism absolutely mesmerizing.
Jeffrry By Faint Praise It is the most simple sxtinover yet most comprehensive introduction to the history and study of the Torah in light of the encoded information.
The main objection I have to the basis of the book is that they’re doing numerological analysis on translations of the original texts.
Customers who bought this item also bought. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Rather, it begins by telling a series of biographical stories that illustrate the long and rich history satnover the Jews and their devotion to the Torah both as Holy Scripture, and as God’s Puzzle to be pieced together by the faithful.
No trivia or quizzes yet. The book is an enjoyable, informative read though some of the logic fails. But I doubted that it was anything that I should take seriously.