Divine Contact-Discovery of The Original New Testament

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Lulu.com, 26. juuli 2007 - 124 pages
This book documents an incredible phenomenon in The Peshitta New Testament , which was written in the language of Jesus and his countrymen of 1st century Israel. Aramaic was used in Mel Gibson's film "The Passion of the Christ" to make the film as realistic and accurate as possible. This discovery of long Gospel messages in the form of "Bible Codes" will surprise and thrill the reader with the power and inspiration of the words of the Codemaker - "God".Long codes & an exhaustive search for Divine Name codes give very compelling evidence that The Aramaic Peshitta NT is the Divinely authored original behind the Greek NT. The codes and nine other comprehensive analyses take up 124 pages. Black and white graphics are used throughout the book, with many illustrations of codes in large Hebrew letters with English translations, graphs,charts and art work.B&W paper
 

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Contents

Preface Introduction Page
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Chapter 2 Enter The Peshitta Page
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Chapter 3What is a Bible Code? Page
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Chapter 4A Very Long Code Message in Aramaic Matthew Page
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Chapter 5 Beautiful Christmas Code Emerges from Aramaic ew Testament Page
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Chapter 6 The Revelation of Jesus code in the Peshitta NT Page
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Chapter 761 letter Man of The Tree Code in The Peshitta T Page
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Chapter 8The 88 letter Messiah of Jehovah Code in The Aramaic Peshitta ew Testament Page
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Chapter 10 The Old Testament Messiah Codes Page
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Chapter 11The Message of the Codes Page
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Chapter 12 The Peshitta Codes Experiment Page
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Chapter 13Guess Who Wrote The Bible Code? Page
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Chapter 14 Verifying the Results Aramaic or GreekWill The Real Original Please Stand Up ? Page
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Chapter 15 ew Testament Entropy Page
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Chapter 16Lost in Translation Page
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Chapter 17Summary Pages
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Chapter 9 A Bilingual Bidirectional Aramaic T Bible Code of 191 Letters Page
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