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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The results are astounding. Satinover’s personal conclusions, which, as an honest presenter, he forthrightly and clearly states.

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Cracking the Bible Code by Jeffrey Satinover

What a treasure it is!!! Read this book from cover to cover–notes, appendices and all. Cracking The Bible Code was published around the beginning ofand with Drosnin’s book, The Bible Codethey comprise the two mandatory readings crackign people familiarizing themselves with the Bible codes.

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 that is worth reading. Who Wrote the Bible Would you like to tell us about a lower price?


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

Satinover lives with his family in Connecticut. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and vible customers. All of these books on so-called Bible codes that all just happen to “predict” events after they happen, or just “happen” to find words that support the fallacies of the bumper crop of megaselling would-be Bible interpreters, are laughable.

Cracking the Bible Code, book by Jeffrey Satinover

No one in ancient times could have had such knowledge, but if no individual put the codes there, who did? Instead, the Codes appear to me to be due to the fact that the Torah was literally woven of its letters.

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Interesting in concept, and it goes into great detail to try to prove its points, but I found it heffrey overall. The subject is fascinating and stimulates imagination. To me, the books about Bible codes are desperate attempts to take our money.

Harper Paperbacks; Reprint edition June 3, Language: Satinover’s presentation is fair-minded, scientifically and academically competent. English Choose a language for shopping.


Cracking the Bible Code

I can only say that humans persist in looking for some special message “just for me” and tossing out anything they find inconvenient. He writes and lectures on the interface between science and religion. May 21, Gabriel rated it liked it Shelves: My understanding of the evidence suggests that they are primarily of a geometric nature, and related to the construction of the Temple, the Temple furniture, priestly garments, Levite dances, and meditational exercises — as those who have perused elsewhere on this website have no doubt already noticed.

Satinover a physician went back to school to earn a PhD in theoretical physics; and Michael Drosnin has gone on to other writing endeavors. These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers. It is available at Amazon. That is NOT at all what Bible codes are about. Satinover has given us a well-written book, rich in historical details, and the background jewish beginnings of this research in the Bible code.

All in all an outstanding book.