posted on Oct, 17 2007 @ 08:42 PM
Originally posted by saint4God
I thought the idea of Bible codes were from the original scrolls. I agree there are great credibility issues in the theory if it's translated,
reformated to fit on a page, etc. One might argue that God can put a code in either or both because, well, He's God, but I've yet to find someone
who can tell me why God would wish to hide truth from us.
God wishes to hide the truth from the unholy, the unjust, the impatient, the unwise. "The wise will understand" -Jesus. It was obviously meant for
our time, our time being the last 100 years when such equations came into existence to decode it. Also, computers GREATLY help with the decoding, so
this information is meant for a certain time and certain people. But eventually, shared with all.
If God is to hide a code for only the faithful to seek, why not the bible? It is the most produced book of all time! Also, moby dick is in the top 5
most produced, and there is code in there, assassinations, and the such. Obviously the code is widespread, but meaning kept subtly for the faithful.
Anyone who thinks the code is chance, or fluke, clearly does not understand its mathematical precision, or does not have enough faith that God would
communicate with us in this manner. Why not? I think its allot more original that coming to knock on your front door "Oh hi, I'm god *falls dead*
-hand touches- this is whats going to happen". That is unlikely, but code through divine intervention clearly indicates his power.
I also think the code is realized by all people who read the scriptures subconsciously. Even if your not looking for the code, or have never heard of
it, as you read, the soul remembers everything, thus, has the code imprinted in it. The subconscious will realize the code. Eventually, someone in
touch enough with their subconscious realized they realized, and created (or conceived) the formula.