By using this method, I have discovered some of the most incredible and profound teachings the Bible has to offer.
If you're interested in the maths, check out the "binomial distribution", which you can use to calculate the propability of outcomes of "Bernoulli experiments" such as flipping coins, or finding words in random letter sequences (though a text is not random). By choosing a cut-off propability ("confidence level"), you can answer questions like "is this coincidence?".
Not telling you how to do your process, but found your coin-tossing example interesting.
I just saw @Ella S. already responded. I should really read to the bottom of threads before jumping in..
Gematria is calculated from the untranslated Hebrew text, at the level of letters, which is different from what you're doing. But matching computed values and matching phrases - in each case you're answering a yes/no question of "does this match?", so both are boolean?
I absolutely loved your post.I'm sorry to jump in, but I heard we were discussing probability.
I mentioned in another thread that my big issue with Trinitarianism is that it has no computational definition, so to me that seems to imply that it should be more-or-less rejected as incoherent.
Thanks Cino. This is good info.If you're interested in the maths, check out the "binomial distribution", which you can use to calculate the propability of outcomes of "Bernoulli experiments" such as flipping coins, or finding words in random letter sequences (though a text is not random). By choosing a cut-off propability ("confidence level"), you can answer questions like "is this coincidence?".
Ha. Looks like we may a debate brewing here. I believe that the Trinity, or Godhead, is Biblical.
Although the word 'Trinity' is not in the KJV, I find it synonymous with the word 'Godhead'. To me they are the same and I use them interchangeably.
Anyhow, I may as well introduce more 'BLASPHEMY!' to the thread... lol.
We can start here...
"For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:"
The above verse teaches us that 'things that are made' are made of something the KJV calls the Godhead.
Without making an encyclopedia long post, I will just summarize.
What the KJV calls the Godhead, is the same word we use for Atom.
What is interesting about Romans 1:20 is that the verse is teaching us that we live in a type of Simulation. The 'invisible things' is the Word of God that acts as a type of Software Code that manifests as the Godhead.
- Neutron = Father
- Proton = Word
- Holy Ghost = Electron
Hmmm. Not sure.It sounds like you might be talking about Modalism with your software code analogy.
Hmmm. Not sure.
I will add more detail.
If I were to define who God ultimately is, it would be this...
"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God."
To put it another way, God is Information (the Software Code). Said information exists outside of our Universe. It is the 'Invisible Things of Him'. It is the 'Invisible God' that so many mock.
At the same time, this Information is also an infinite Energy Field...
"For our God is a consuming fire."
This is what powers our Universe BTW. Something did not come from nothing... our Universe came from that Energy Field. Perhaps it is the Unified Field that all the Eggheads are looking for.
Anyhow, this Energy Field manifests into the Godhead (Atom). The Wave turns into Particle...
"Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear."
The above verse is more proof we live in a type of Simulation. Just like the movie The Matrix, every particle in the Universe has the Word of God running in the background manifesting it like a Video Game.
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Everything is made of something that 'does not appear'. We can not see the Word of God, because it is part of the Wave Function.
What I post here is just a drop in the bucket. I made a video covering all of this in more detail. I would post it but I read somewhere that 'self promotion' is frowned upon.I'm not sure about this one. I suspect there might be a bit of apophenia at play here. You have layers and layers of interpretation between this verse and the supposed coincidence.
I think you should try to make as few conclusions as you can and then test them before piling more conclusions on top of them. I think more needs to be done to definitively link the gemstones to that table and the wheels to atoms. All of the important, spectacular coincidences of this passage and the others you shared only exist because of the particular interpretations you already assume.
I would start with one claim, preferably arrived at through probability, and then test that single claim first before involving other claims.
May I ask you a question regarding translations?Even if the translation is incorrect?
Can anyone reverse engineer the Chemical Element being referred to in the above verse?
Are Protons made of Topaz? Are they made of the Carbuncle?
Who is smart enough to tell me the correct answer?
That would be the corresponding parts, yes.Taken literally, two sardius and one emerald, right?
Bingo! Thank you so much for answering the challenge.Nitrogen, but I also have to point out that atoms don't look like that.
Taken literally, two sardius and one emerald, right?
Beta Decay is John 3:16...In the process of "beta decay", a neutron can become proton by emitting an electron and an antineutrino...
Beta Decay is John 3:16...
"For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life."
The Neutron gave its only begotten Proton.
I can see that you are really into these contemplations connecting high energy physics with Bible passages.
Again, I'm wondering how you bridge the gap, so to speak, between everyday life and these spiritual insights.This is something I've been working on for years - I "get" some profound insight, be it spiritual or mathematical or whatever - but what now? What does it mean, in terms of my everyday concerns? How do I translate it into action?