The Genesis Factor: The Amazing Mysteries of the Bible Codes Paperback – 1 Dec 2000
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Filled with information, the author takes you on a step by step journey into the Hebrew language and the mystery hidden in God's Word. Are you ready for that journey?
I will say, it is not just a quick read, but one that you will want to mull over, think about, reread and meditate on. However, it is a book that will challenge you in all you do with your life.
Is your name encoded in God's Word? Just what has God written about you if it is?
Interesting! Are the days ahead truly already written? You be the judge!
A very good read! Recommended!
The Genesis factor is an excellent exploration into the depths of the mind of GOD.The information presented is for those committed to objective research. "THE GENESIS FACTOR" presents raw jewels gleaned from Yacov's exploration and insight using the "bible code".This book is for the serious bible code follower who have read -The Bible Code- and Cracking The Bible Code.Also Check out Yacov's book " His Name Is Jesus-wow.
Instead, I was greeted with assertions that dinosaurs roamed the earth as recently as 6,000 years ago with men, and statistical probabilities and archeological "discoveries" that support the code that the author purports to have found, without the aid of computers, in the study of various areas of scripture in the Masoretic Hebrew text of the Bible. The dinosaurs caused me enough heartburn, but given that Masoretic Hebrew is only about 1200 years old really began to cast some serious doubt as to the veracity of the findings - especially the computer validated statistics which proved the non random nature of the occurrences as noted by the author.
End of the day, the book is quite fantastic, in the "fantasy" fantastic way. I can't get behind the pseudoscience, and there just isn't enough here to overcome the obvious bias of the author toward messianic Christianity.