One out of every five verses includes a number, and oftentimes numbers in Scripture are overlooked or ignored for lack of understanding. This is especially true of symbolic passages such as those describing the twelve spies of Israel, the Good Samaritan, and the forty-two months of tribulation. So how should one interpret these numbers? Literally or figuratively? How about mathematically? Pythagorean math-the process by which all numbers are reduced to one of the first nine digits-is often attributed to the Greek mathematician Pythagoras, but there is evidence within the Bible that it may have originated from God and even been used by Daniel. By examining the Pythagorean numbers associated with numbers in the Bible and the Hebrew and Greek words they were translated from, new author Tamera Fisher offers a better understanding of the messages hidden within the most common Bible stories. Numbered: Using Pythagorean Math to Understand Scriptures is a foundation for further studies of the meanings of symbolism in Scripture. Use this tool to thoroughly investigate the Scriptures and share your discoveries as validation of the authorship of the Word with those around you.
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