Thursday, July 7, 2011

Paul uses Ephesians 1:3-14's Meter to Predict Church History

Okay, I finally understand how Paul organized his meter, and how he tagged Daniel, Isaiah, and Moses to tell the Story of Church Time.  Here's the link: .  It's still in draft, but it has enough information now so you can compare any NT or OT passage you want, to vet the meter style.  In that document you'll also find links to all the related material.  The document itself has many navigation links so you can read it in Word and tool around the pages easily.  Don't print it out, as I will keep on revising it.

Paul uses an Anno Domini accounting which equates to within 2 or 3 years of our own 'typical' AD dates.  The accumulated syllables stand for years post-Christ's Birth;  so, if you see syllable 238, for example, look up that year.  The resemblance to real history will be uncanny, once you realize the meanings of the meter.  I'm still in a state of shock.

Once you see the pattern, you can do some sleuthing of your own.  This has to be a major rhetorical style.

The meter is really important.  It is objectively testable, it will provide jobs, prove Bible dates, enormously aid textual criticism, change hermeneutics, resolve a lot of denominational squabbling, kill the stupid KJVO movement, preterism, Replacement Theology, etc.  And for centuries it's been sitting under our noses, in our TRUSTWORTHY Bible!

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