From Adam To Noah-The Numbers Gameby Leonard Timmons
The genealogy of Adam in Genesis Chapter 5 is a number puzzle that encodes a fully functional calendar! "From Adam to Noah-The Numbers Game" shows you precisely how the Bible writers encoded a calendar into the ages of Adam and his children in Genesis 5. It then goes on to show how the Bible writers designed their calendar puzzle so that anyone who managed to solve it would be certain they had the correct solution. Proof of a highly accurate calendar encoded within the numbers of Genesis 5 is a revolution in our understanding of Genesis. It allows us to dramatically revise our understanding of the entire Bible.
To truly understand why a calendar puzzle exists within the Bible, we have to explore the reasons why someone several thousand years ago would enshrine a calendar in such an ingenious puzzle. That exploration leads to new and insightful interpretations of each of the stories in Genesis 1 to 11: The creation, Adam and Eve, Abel and Cain, Noah's ark, the story of Noah and his wine, and Tower of Babel story.
Most of us have been taught that the Bible was written to be understood. The existence of the calendar puzzle forces us to recognize that those who wrote the Bible hid things there that they did not want everyone to understand. They hid a world view that they never state explicitly. We will find that this philosophy inspired them to create the calendar puzzle, and that the way they viewed the world is more important and more fascinating than the calendar itself.
In this book you will experience what it is like to discover something very new hidden within something very old. You'll discover that this new thing was ancient knowledge when the Bible was written. Remember the story of the pearl of great price? A merchant, upon finding a pearl of great value, sold everything he had and bought it. The calendar in Genesis is such a pearl. If you're looking, don't miss this chance to own one.
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