To get more toward topic......
You may enjoy the works of Chuck Missler. He's a former code-breaker for one of the alphabet agencies who has a penchant for puzzles and patterns. He's pretty mainstream and not someone I would classify as being among the "lunatic fringe" - your mileage may vary.
It's pretty interesting that these things line up in the KJV
But when you read the Hebrew from which it was all translated.............that's where things go off-the-rails quick.
Like trying to use plane geometry to solve spherical equations. The farther one goes - distance or time - the greater the error becomes.
In the beginning They - Elohim - did some interesting things. Some things They spoke into existence - others, They deliberately created. Once creation was done and stocked with creatures, jThey compelled a singular, masculine individual entity (One from among Them) to create a garden and to set in it Man - and He created Man in his own image.
Now this is carefully paraphrased - but exactly accurate in its statement. Elohim, in Hebrew, is a gender neutral, plural pronoun - indicating a group composed of both male and female entities. The KJV handily sums all of this up into God - a singular, masculine entity so as to avoid further questioning. Due to this reasoning, I'm not totally surprised at some of the artifacts which can be found in modern translations of the Bible as we know it. Entire gospels have been omitted. An Old Testament book - was placed behind the entire New Testament.
You might see how a person's perception may be misguided by individuals having a personal agenda. If the reader weren't given the sum of the facts first. Regrettably its seems we have to sift-out those truths on our own with our misguided perspective. Given time and research in the right areas, discovery of the Truth can be obtained.
Acceptance of the Truth is optional.
Edited by Myc, 23 September 2017 - 03:51 PM.