Cosmic Codes: The Code of Blood

From Koinonia House Technical > Bible Codes > The Code Of Blood Cosmic Codes: The Code of Blood "Absurd" has a mathematical definition in physics: any probability less than 1 in 1050 is, by definition, absurd. by Chuck Missler The famed double-helix DNA typically includes three billion rungs of a digital, error-correcting code.  A digital (symbolic) code derives its significance from arbitrary, but consistent, Continue Reading

Microcodes & Macrocodes: The Appointed Times

From Koinonia House Technical > Bible Codes > The Appointed Times Microcodes & Macrocodes: The Appointed Times by Chuck Missler The Jew's catechism is his calendar. Samson Raphael Hirsch There has been a great deal of interest in "Bible Codes." The main flurry of controversy has been about the equidistant letter sequences that seem to be hidden within the Biblical text. An example of this occurs in Genesis Continue Reading

Hidden Codes in the Bible: The Value of Pi

From Koinonia House Technical > Bible Codes > The Value Of Pi Hidden Codes in the Bible: The Value of Pi 1 Jn 4:1; Rev 2:2; Acts 17:10-12; Deut 18:20-22; Mt 24:24, etc. by Chuck Missler When I was a teenager, I was confronted by a skeptic (a Unitarian, actually) concerning an apparent discrepancy in 1 Kings 7:23.  This passage deals with Solomon's Temple and the products of Hiram the Bronzeworker: And he made a Continue Reading

Cosmic Codes – A Continuing Series: The First Cryptanalyst

From Koinonia House Technical > Bible Codes > The First Cryptanalyst Cosmic Codes-A Continuing Series: The First Cryptanalyst by Chuck Missler It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is to search out a matter. Proverbs 25:2 It may come as a surprise to many that there are ciphers encrypted in the Bible.  Some are hidden; some, when revealed, are a key part of the narrative. One of Continue Reading

Cosmic Codes – A Series: The Bible Codes

From Koinonia House Technical > Bible Codes > The Bible Codes Cosmic Codes - A Series: The Bible Codes by Chuck Missler There has been a flurry of interest in "Bible Codes." Many sensationalistic books have been published making extravagant claims;1 there have also been skeptical detractors with their erudite guffaws.2 Some truly provocative books have been published highlighting some amazing discoveries that Continue Reading

Deciphering the Bible? The Bible Codes

From Koinonia House Technical > Bible Codes > The Bible Codes Deciphering the Bible? The Bible Codes by Chuck Missler A new book by Michael Drosnin, The Bible Code, has stirred up further controversies about "codes" in the Bible. Very effectively promoted by Simon and Schuster, and including extremely aggressive claims by the author, the book has become a major topic of conversation and a source of more Continue Reading

A Hidden Message: The Gospel in Genesis

From Koinonia House Technical > Bible Codes > The Gospel In Genesis A Hidden Message: The Gospel in Genesis by Chuck Missler We frequently use the familiar term, gospel, or good news. Where is the first place it appears in the Bible? The answer may surprise you. An Integrated Message The great discovery is that the Bible is a message system: it's not simply 66 books penned by 40 authors over thousands of Continue Reading

Evidence of Design: Beloved Numerologist

From Koinonia House Technical > Bible Codes > Beloved Numerologist Evidence of Design: Beloved Numerologist Isn't God - and His remarkable Word - fun? by Chuck Missler The numerical structure of the Bible has been studied closely, being the subject of numerous volumes in the past.1 But none are more provocative than the works of Dr. Ivan Panin.2 Ivan Panin was born in Russia on December 12, 1855. Having Continue Reading

Your Own Secret Code: A Secret of Your Own

From Koinonia House A Secret Of Your Own Your Own Secret Code: A Secret of Your Own by Chuck Missler The incredible resources that are now available on the Internet are dramatically changing our society, and some of the biggest impacts are still ahead.  The Internet can be of  spectacular value to the Christian who is interested in serious Bible study.1 However, anyone who has seen the movie Enemy of the State has been Continue Reading

A Hint of Something Deeper: What’s in a Name?

From Koinonia House A Hint of Something Deeper: What's in a Name? Job 38 by Chuck Missler The Hebrew approach to hermeneutics (the theories of interpretation) views four levels of interpretation: 1) Peshat, the literal, direct meaning; 2) Remez, an allegorical significance; a hint of something deeper; 3) Derash, the homiletical, or practical application; and 4) Sod, the mystical or hidden meaning. This paradigm emerged Continue Reading