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Biblemaths
« on: November 27, 2012, 08:52:02 PM »
I did a search on "biblemaths" and got nothing, so will post here as I didn't know where else to post.

here's the link:  http://www.biblemaths.com/

The site is all about numerical Bible coding, but has a clickable mention to Universalist books, so I assume it is UT friendly.  Maybe not everyone here is into Bible Codes (I am!) but it may be worth a look to you.
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Re: Biblemaths
« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2012, 09:33:51 PM »
Actually, I found that the link to Universalist books, links to Tentmaker!

So, maybe this isn't news here... :doh:
Socrates taught Plato.  Plato taught Aristotle.  Aristotle tutored the son of Philip of Macedon.  This boy grew up to become Alexander the Great, largely by slaughtering a lot of people.  That's philosophy.

Jesus spoke the Truth.  He blessed the poor.  He healed the sick.  He even raised the dead.  He died on a cross for us, lived again, and came back long enough to tell us to love one another.  That's religion.

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Re: Biblemaths
« Reply #2 on: November 27, 2012, 09:40:59 PM »
Then the LORD said, "My Spirit will not contend with man forever, for he is mortal; his days will be a hundred and twenty years."

--Gen 6:3



God will only put up with man in mortal flesh for 120 years, not forever according to the translator.

The word for 'days' here is 'yom,' which can mean a day or a space of time.  The word for 'years' is 'shaneh' which can mean a space of time or a revolution of time.  The translator has chosen 'years' for the space of time here because the translator thinks God is talking about one man's lifetime.

What makes the most sense to me here is that these are not years but 120 jubilees, or 120 times 50, or 6000 years.

At 6000 years, the sons of God will be revealed.  And, God will no longer have to strive with man's mortal flesh.


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Re: Biblemaths
« Reply #3 on: November 27, 2012, 09:52:33 PM »
Then the LORD said, "My Spirit will not contend with man forever, for he is mortal; his days will be a hundred and twenty years."

--Gen 6:3



God will only put up with man in mortal flesh for 120 years, not forever according to the translator.

The word for 'days' here is 'yom,' which can mean a day or a space of time.  The word for 'years' is 'shaneh' which can mean a space of time or a revolution of time.  The translator has chosen 'years' for the space of time here because the translator thinks God is talking about one man's lifetime.

What makes the most sense to me here is that these are not years but 120 jubilees, or 120 times 50, or 6000 years.

At 6000 years, the sons of God will be revealed.  And, God will no longer have to strive with man's mortal flesh.

Having read Creation's Jubilee by Stephen E. Jones, I know just what you mean!  Excellent insight!!
Socrates taught Plato.  Plato taught Aristotle.  Aristotle tutored the son of Philip of Macedon.  This boy grew up to become Alexander the Great, largely by slaughtering a lot of people.  That's philosophy.

Jesus spoke the Truth.  He blessed the poor.  He healed the sick.  He even raised the dead.  He died on a cross for us, lived again, and came back long enough to tell us to love one another.  That's religion.

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Re: Biblemaths
« Reply #4 on: November 27, 2012, 10:05:55 PM »
Aren't we at 6,000 yet??
Adam to Abraham about 2,000 years
Abraham to Christ
About 2,000
Christ till now
about 2,000
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Re: Biblemaths
« Reply #5 on: November 27, 2012, 10:20:56 PM »
Aren't we at 6,000 yet??
Adam to Abraham about 2,000 years
Abraham to Christ
About 2,000
Christ till now
about 2,000

Almost.  Hang in there a little longer...
Socrates taught Plato.  Plato taught Aristotle.  Aristotle tutored the son of Philip of Macedon.  This boy grew up to become Alexander the Great, largely by slaughtering a lot of people.  That's philosophy.

Jesus spoke the Truth.  He blessed the poor.  He healed the sick.  He even raised the dead.  He died on a cross for us, lived again, and came back long enough to tell us to love one another.  That's religion.

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Re: Biblemaths
« Reply #6 on: November 27, 2012, 10:32:25 PM »
No, I can't wait. I'm leaving NOW :laugh:
I guess with my heart as it is, I shouldn't joke. :sigh:
"Why do so many people think that the Bible is only inspired at certain points -  and that  THEY are inspired to pick out which points?"

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Re: Biblemaths
« Reply #7 on: November 28, 2012, 02:02:45 AM »
No, I can't wait. I'm leaving NOW :laugh:
I guess with my heart as it is, I shouldn't joke. :sigh:

God is not finished with you yet.

Neither are we.
Socrates taught Plato.  Plato taught Aristotle.  Aristotle tutored the son of Philip of Macedon.  This boy grew up to become Alexander the Great, largely by slaughtering a lot of people.  That's philosophy.

Jesus spoke the Truth.  He blessed the poor.  He healed the sick.  He even raised the dead.  He died on a cross for us, lived again, and came back long enough to tell us to love one another.  That's religion.

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Re: Biblemaths
« Reply #8 on: November 28, 2012, 08:01:10 AM »
In the year of Jubilee, every debtor was set free. Everyone was returned to their original inheritance. The losses incurred by years of foolishness and the gains incurred by years of craftiness were destroyed, so that no one could gain control over the communal resources and no one could be punished forever for the mistakes of the past.

Wow, sounds like being set free from futility into the glorious freedom of the children of God- doesnt it!!! :banana: :dsunny: :boogie: :Egyptdance2: :bowing: :trampoline: :tease: :drummer: :skittles: :gguitar:

Also explaines why there were only a few Jubilees observed in the history of the nation. :sorry: :pitiful:
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Re: Biblemaths
« Reply #9 on: November 28, 2012, 09:41:58 PM »
In the year of Jubilee, every debtor was set free. Everyone was returned to their original inheritance. The losses incurred by years of foolishness and the gains incurred by years of craftiness were destroyed, so that no one could gain control over the communal resources and no one could be punished forever for the mistakes of the past.

Wow, sounds like being set free from futility into the glorious freedom of the children of God- doesnt it!!! :banana: :dsunny: :boogie: :Egyptdance2: :bowing: :trampoline: :tease: :drummer: :skittles: :gguitar:

Also explaines why there were only a few Jubilees observed in the history of the nation. :sorry: :pitiful:

Of course, the Jubilee message is ignored by nearly all Christian clergy, because it sets people free from the Babylonian debt machine which grants tax-exemption privileges, and because it contradicts ever-lasting punishment.  Yes, even the Jubilee message upholds universal reconciliation!
Socrates taught Plato.  Plato taught Aristotle.  Aristotle tutored the son of Philip of Macedon.  This boy grew up to become Alexander the Great, largely by slaughtering a lot of people.  That's philosophy.

Jesus spoke the Truth.  He blessed the poor.  He healed the sick.  He even raised the dead.  He died on a cross for us, lived again, and came back long enough to tell us to love one another.  That's religion.