For some it may come as a surprise but the Hebrew language didn’t have Arabic numerals like we do today. Instead, the ancients used each Hebrew letter to represent a specific number. E.W. Bullinger was one of the first English authors to show that when applied to the Old Testament Scriptures there was additional order and design within the Hebrew text.
Anyone familiar with the Scriptures knows that numbers have significance in the Scripture. Weather it is the evil 666, the 153 fishes caught in the apostles net, or the 6 days of labor and the 7th or rest, the Bible uses numbers to convey symbolism, purpose and ideas. Even nature shows such order as in the colors of a rainbow, the order of the elements, or Fibonacci sequence so apparent in natural world around us.
If you are interested in numbers and seeing the fingerprint of our Creator inside the written word or in the created world around us I think you’ll find Number in Scripture will provide you hours of enjoyable reading. Get a copy and then open your Bible as a Berean and see if there is indeed any truth to the Numbers in Scripture.
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Author: E. W. Bullinger
Book Title: Number in Scripture
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