Heptadic Structure of Scripture With a Chapter on Seven and Four in Nature 1923

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2004 - Religion - 404 pages
The author's position is that as the feathers in the wings of a bird are all numbered; as the leaves of a plant are all numbered; as the rows of grain on a cob of maize are all numbered; as the atoms in a molecule of every chemical compound are all numbered; so the words and even the letters in the true text of Scripture are numbered. Contents: The Number Seven in the Bible and Nature: The Principle Outlined; Textual Criticism; Canon of Scripture; Translation; Interpretation; Chronology; Numbers Seven and Four In Nature; Heptadic Occurrence of Words and Phrases; Heptadic Division; The Inspiration of the Bible.

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