Biblical Mathematics: Keys to Scripture Numerics

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Midnight Call, 1995 - Religion - 240 pages
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Have you ever pondered the fascinating numeric precision woven throughout the Word of God?

* 666 pertains to Antichrist. What about 777 or 888?

* Why TEN Commandments and not 14 or 18?

* Why a 7-day week? Why not 8 or 9?

* Why were there 12 tribes of Israel and 12 apostles?

In this fascinating reference, the late Dr. Ed Vallowe examines the significance of every number mentioned in the Bible.

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A good reference book for deeper study

User Review  - lathe67 -

I have been reading several authors over the years that kept on using the meanings of numbers in the Bible and found it facinating. Now I can get deeper into the spiritual meaning of numbers in the scripture during my study time. Read full review

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User Review  - Rob Cookenour -

With each number having a full chapter of fascinating details for itself, this book will bring out the divine'ness' of the scriptures. This isn't a book about how many of this or how many of that is ... Read full review

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