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 don’t think the Bible Code actually exists, but I found the discussion of Jewish religion, history and mysticism absolutely mesmerizing.

Cracking the Bible Code, book by Jeffrey Satinover

My library Help Advanced Book Search. This book carries that to a whole new level. English Choose a language for shopping. Despite the fact that the author says that his work was done in a scientific manner and he discovered something equal to the Holy Grail, the concept of a Bible code in itself is simply insulting common sense.

My wife and I had seen a book listed in amazon by Michael Drosnin, but we found most of what was said of it to indicate it was not a real study of the subject. This book had a lot more math in it than I anticipated so a lot of it I didn’t get much out of. James rated it liked it Aug 02, Feb 08, Gayle rated it liked it Shelves: Satinover a physician went back to school to earn a PhD in theoretical physics; and Michael Drosnin has gone on to other writing endeavors.

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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Cracking the Bible Code

No one in ancient times could have had such knowledge, but if no individual put the codes there, who did? No individual could have known satinoveer informationfrom what grew in the garden of Eden to details The Most Assymetrical Spiral Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

The two are at once compatible crackjng divergent. 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.

No individual could have known this informationfrom what grew in the garden of Eden to details of the Gulf War. Methinks th Interesting in concept, and it goes into great detail to try to prove its points, but I found it unconvincing overall. The bottom line is, if you want the facts on the codes, if you want tthe understand the codes, if you want an honest and competent assessment, and if you want to enjoy reading about it, pick up a copy of Dr.

Cracking the Bible Code by Jeffrey Satinover

Help Support Coe Foundation Research. Instead, the Codes appear to me to be due to the fact that the Torah was literally woven of its letters. I’d like to read this sqtinover on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Those interested in hearing my discussion of the Codes, and of Drosnin’s book, can listen to them by checking the RealAudio archives for Art Bell’s “Coast-to-Coast” radio interview program for the segments aired on June 9,and July 8, Scientists and Wordsmiths Who Wrote the Bible The subject is satiniver and stimulates imagination.


He is known for books on a number of controversial topics in physics and neuroscience, and Target audience: This is a most excellent book and the best I have ever read on the Torah codes. Fascinating and then to much of a stretch as it seems to turn religion and prophecy into an excersize in the practice of probability. Get to Know Us. Jwffrey M rated it it was amazing Dec 22, There is so much more in this book.

The main objection I have to the basis of the book is that they’re doing numerological analysis on translations of the original texts. For example, the age of the earth creation of the universe, not the preparation of the earth for man was known to be more than 15 B years. Alternatives to Biblical Scholarship Support Meru Foundation Make an online contribution.

Jun 11, Leslie rated it it was amazing. If you have an open mind, if you are interested in Mathematics and probability, or in physics and quantum mechanics, or in what the Bible really reveals about everything, this is a book crackung is worth reading.

It was the Prologue which was the magnet that drew me into exploring the book’s contents.