Summary of "Who Is the True Messiah?
A 61-Letter-Long Code"


Arguably, real Bible codes, if they exist, should have relatively short skips, since only a few copying errors in Hebrew manuscripts could easily sabotage codes with longer skips. So, what do we say when we find a 61-letter-long code with a skip of -56,650 letters that circumnavigates the entire Tanakh 2.8 times? Such a code must be a coincidence . . . unless there are virtually no errors in the entire Koren version of the Tanakh that is part of the Keys of the Bible program. And yet, this amazing code shows all the earmarks of an intentional message. Its language is clear and quite relevant to the topic, and the majority of the verses where its letters appear include contexts pertinent to the topic of the Messiah. These characteristics are so improbable that chance should be written off as a rational explanation.

Consider first a translation of the code itself:





This code strongly suggests Jesus as the Messiah, given that this Messiah:
  • Has risen (i.e., was resurrected?)
  • Is characterized as having plenty of fire.
  • Would rise during a time When (it appeared that) the Lord was wandering (i.e., God's absence)
  • Was praised by many.
  • Was without a friend at the time of his crucifixion.
  • Is believed by Christians to be equal to the Father.
  • Was struck like a lamb being sacrificed.
  • Was believed to be "the Lamb of God" by John the Baptist.

A 61-letter-long code with a skip of -56,650 letters that circumnavigates the entire Tanakh 2.8 times largely eliminates the notion that such a code could be a coincidence. Its language is clear and quite relevant to the topic, and about 75% of the verses where its letters appear include contexts pertinent to the topic of the Messiah and parallels to the life of Jesus (see the full-length article to read more about this]. These characteristics are so improbable that chance should be severely discounted as a rational explanation.

Full Length Article: Who Is the True Messiah? The 61-Letter-Long Code



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