Summary of "New 40-Letter Code |
Dramatically Links Isaiah 53
with Gospel Accounts . . ."
One debate over Bible codes has to do with the text being used to search for codes. The Hebrew Old Testament (Tanakh) used in Keys to the Bible (Keys) and Bible Codes 2000 (BC2000) is the latest version from the Koren researchers in Jerusalem. It varies 14 letters from the text in the printed version of The Jerusalem Bible. CodeFinder uses the text from the printed version of The Jerusalem Bible.
In our research, we primarily use Keys and BC2000. However, for the following articles, we specifically researched a code in CodeFinder that we had originally found using BC2000. The code passes through Isaiah 53 where one of the letter differences is located. The following is what we discovered.
A 40-letter-long code within Isaiah 52-53 provides tight, comprehensive linkage between that controversial Old Testament passage and the Gospel accounts of the Transfiguration of Christ. The code itself underwent a dramatic transfiguration when we examined a previously announced 22-letter-long code (found using BC2000) for extensions using CodeFinder software. A single letter difference in the Hebrew texts between the last two letters of the 22-letter code caused the letter string after the original code to be entirely different, and much longer, in CodeFinder.
The original 22-letter code was one that Bible Code Digest (BCD) has given significant prior coverage.
Gushing from above,
Jesus is my mighty name,
and the clouds rejoiced.
The newly extended code reads:
Gushing from above, Jesus is my mighty name,
and my clouds rejoiced.
Where? At the mountain, said Levi.
Their light came. God is in it.
While the language of this code is no doubt subject to variations in interpretation, the number of direct parallels between this code and the Gospel accounts of the Transfiguration of Jesus is quite remarkable. Apart from the Gospel accounts of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the passages describing the transfiguration of Jesus before Peter, James and John rank among the most difficult ones for non-Christians to accept.
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