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(1) 15 La A (1) 222 (1) and especially the lesser known holy numbers 17 and 26 (1) AR-J (1) Biblical Studies (1) but disappointed by The Bible Code? Labuschagne's book is not the work of an amateur (1) but was written by one of Europe's leading biblical scholars and deals with one of the most important recent discoveries in the field of biblical study (1) but were meticulously composed according to compositional techniques in which the counting of words plays a crucial role. It goes without saying that this discovery has far-reaching consequences for our views on the formation and the structure of the text (1) Christianity (1) Dutch (1) gematria (1) GWC 241 (1) he demonstrates how well-known symbolic numbers (1) HEB (1) lectures (1) namely that the books of the Bible are numerical compositions. The biblical writings were not written in an off-hand manner (1) Numbers in Scripture (1) Old Testament Studies (2) ONT (1) or interwoven in the fabric of the text. COVER TYPE: Soft (1) OT Commentary (3) oudgesch (1) OWNER: Beit Hallel RESOURCE TYPE: Book STATUS: Available SHELF NUMBER: G6 DESCRIPTION: Were you intrigued (1) Pastoral Theology (1) pp. 71-89; 134-149 (1) Practical Theology (1) QYP (1) religioni: Cristianesimo (1) religioni: Ebraismo (1) such as 7 and 12 (1) Theology (5) this study confirms the medieval Jewish tradition that Holy Scripture consists of the name of God set in succession (1) were used to give structure to the text and to deepen its contents. Among other fascinating findings (1) which represent the numerical value of the name YHWH (1)
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