The Menorah & the Seven Days of Creation

In a previous post, I explained in detail how the seven days of Creation described in Genesis 1:2-3 are patterned after the design of the golden candlestick (the menorah) that Moses made for the tabernacle (Exod. 25:31-40). Today I thought I would share a neat little Bible code that I recently discovered which affirms the … Read more

Who encoded the Bible?

In previous articles, I demonstrated by way of many irrefutable examples that the Hebrew Scriptures are saturated with ELS codes which exhibit all the obvious markers of intelligent design. As we have seen, the authenticity of these Bible codes is proven by the fact that they occur in topically relevant biblical passages at statistically minuscule … Read more

Modern Hebrew Bible codes

Jesus declared that heaven and earth will pass away, but his words will not pass away (Matt. 24:35; Mark 13:31; Luke 21:33; cf. Isa. 40:8). The implication of this statement is that the words of God are timeless. In my opinion, one of the greatest witnesses to the timelessness of God’s words are Bible codes, … Read more

The Problem of Orthographic Diversity in the MT

The orthographic diversity of the Masoretic text is perhaps one of the more agonizing thorns in the side of the Christian apologist seeking to defend the infallibility of Scripture. In this article I will demonstrate how ELS codes can be used to determine the objectively correct spelling of words which are spelled differently across manuscripts. … Read more

Type 3 ELS Codes: Divine Echoes

In my two most recent articles I introduced Type 1 ELS codes and Type 2 ELS codes. In this final part of my introduction to biblical ELS codes, I am going to introduce the third and final class of ELS codes in my classification system—Type 3 ELS codes, also known as “Echoing” ELS codes. What … Read more