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Bible Code Bombshell by R. Edwin Sherman
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Bible Code Bombshell

by R. Edwin Sherman

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Puts a statistical face on the bible code controversy. Demonstrates that the odds against at least portions of bible code happening by chance are so astronomical as to be dismissable. The codes must have been placed there purposely, by an intelligence incomprehensible to us. Not a great read, but interesting and worth the effort nonetheless. ( )
  Kraig | May 16, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0892216239, Paperback)

Are there hidden words and messages within the Hebrew text of the Bible? Who hid them there? What is their purpose? Author and mathematician R. Edwin Sherman presents startling, never-before-seen evidence of these codes and their significance for the world today. In this informative and entertaining new book, the astonishing contents of over 200 lengthy codes are translated by Dr. Nathan Jacobi, one of the world’s leading experts on Bible codes. Unlike other books on this topic, most of the codes presented in this book are so lengthy that they could not be coincidental. For example, while it may be possible to find “Messiah” as a code in an ordinary book, the chances of finding the longer code, “you will cry out for the blood of the Messiah,” are extremely small. A mathematician with 30 years of experience in probability and statistical analysis, Mr. Sherman explains clearly how codes show that the Bible is indeed inspired by God.

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