a translation 

A Bible 

A different interpretation.  Would you believe 60 different English interpretations?  They can’t agree on the Word of God.  Who or what can you trust?  Numbers?  Numbers in the bible somehow survived all the translations.  All the versions.  All the interpretations.  Numbers can help us connect history to the prophecies.  

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a translator 

A Bible 

A version of each translation.  Before the printer, no two bibles were alike.  Now no two translations are alike.  And there are way too many.  About 60 English translations.  Each translation has more than one version.  So the “Word of God” is subject to translations, revisions, and interpretation.  For the most part they agree on numbers.   

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a translation 

A Bible 

A different interpretation.  Would you believe 60 different English interpretations?  They can’t agree on the Word of God.  Who or what can you trust?  Numbers?  Numbers in the bible somehow survived all the translations.  All the versions.  All the interpretations.  Numbers can help us connect history to the prophecies.  

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A Reliable Word 

A consistent interpretation.  Numbers are one of the few things all 60 English versions of the bible agree on.  They all agree on “a thousand years”, 666, “ten horns”, and “seven heads” .  Can we find historical events that have all these numbers in a meaningful way?  Start with the biggest number.  A thousand years.  

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A History 

A fulfillment of a prophecy,  Only history can verify the fulfillment of prophecy.  Only numbers can verify the interpretation of prophecy.  The translators and interpreters of the bible can’t seem to agree on most of the words but somehow they agree on the numbers.  The word of God may vary but not His numbers.  Follow the numbers.  

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A Third John 

A place called Patmos.  This is all we know.  Everything else is speculation or interpretation.  Is yours better than the others?  Is your bible better than the others?  Do they have anything in common?  Numbers.  Somehow they get the numbers right.  We also have logic and reason to make sense of them.  

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a translator 

A Bible 

A version of each translation.  Before the printer, no two bibles were alike.  Now no two translations are alike.  And there are way too many.  About 60 English translations.  Each translation has more than one version.  So the “Word of God” is subject to translations, revisions, and interpretation.  For the most part they agree on numbers.  

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A Connection With History 

A prophecy fulfilled in history connected with numbers.  Bible translations, versions, and interpretations vary considerably but somehow agree on numbers and colors so they can be reliably used to connect prophecy with history.  Historians don’t always agree on numbers but they do get close enough.  

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