## Th16.3 & John's Prologue

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• If I counted right yesterday, John s Prologue (Jn1:1-18) contains 252 words. That s 14x18. (The 18 is significant cuz that s the value of IH, the older nominum
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If I counted right yesterday, John's Prologue (Jn1:1-18) contains 252 words.
That's 14x18. (The 18 is significant cuz that's the value of IH, the older
nominum sacrum for 'Jesus'.) The terms used most often in the prologue
are 'God' (7 times) and 'light' (6). Now putting this together with:

Th 16.3: "Five will come to be in a house, three against two and two against
three, the Father against the Son and the Son against the Father."

... we get 2x7 (God=father) vs. 3x6 (light=son) = 14x18.

I know, I know: you're amazed beyond words. You can thank me later
for this iron-clad proof that Thomas knew John (:-).

Mike
• Is this in the Bible Code? [unsigned -ed.] On Fri, Nov 29, 2013 at 12:51 PM, Mike Grondin wrote: If I counted
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Is this in the Bible Code?
[unsigned -ed.]

On Fri, Nov 29, 2013 at 12:51 PM, Mike Grondin wrote:

If I counted right yesterday, John's Prologue (Jn1:1-18) contains 252 words.
That's 14x18. (The 18 is significant cuz that's the value of IH, the older
nominum sacrum for 'Jesus'.) The terms used most often in the prologue
are 'God' (7 times) and 'light' (6). Now putting this together with:

Th 16.3: "Five will come to be in a house, three against two and two against
three, the Father against the Son and the Son against the Father."

... we get 2x7 (God=father) vs. 3x6 (light=son) = 14x18.

I know, I know: you're amazed beyond words. You can thank me later
for this iron-clad proof that Thomas knew John (:-).

Mike

• ... Nah. The Bible Code is a complete joke; I m only half-joking. I really do believe that the word-count in John s Prologue was intentional. The chance of a
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