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Evidence for Bible Codes

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Date: Monday - October 3, 2005
Host: George Noory
Guests: R. Edwin Sherman

Mathematician and statistical expert R. Edwin Sherman shared evidence which he believes shows that Bible codes were authored by a divine intelligence. The messages or codes are derived from system of equally spaced letter sequences that are computed by a software program, after a search term is entered.

Sherman said the purpose of the codes is two-fold-- to provide predictions and to also demonstrate that the Bible was written by a super human intelligence that knew the future. He differentiated his work from Michael Drosnin, whose codes are single words or short phrases. Sherman and his team come up with much longer codes, which he said scientifically demonstrates they were placed in the original text, because statistically it would be too unlikely for them to otherwise be there.

They have discovered codes concerning terrorism, bin Laden, and 9-11, noted Sherman, who also shared that they have found the occurrence of "multidimensional images" in the text, such as a series of crosses in Isaiah 53.

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