The British hindered the return of the Jews in the end, so it seems more fitting to me use the nautical miles to the UN in New York city should be used but that distance would not fit the 1948 theory.Why were Nautical miles used in one measurement and feet in another? The book is being compared to the but as far as I am concerned the Bible Code has been adequately debunked.There is actually a better date based on the founding of Rome and the methodology of Daniel’s prophecy.” Flynn explains: “The Romans had fixed the birth of the city of Rome and the Empire in 753 B. It was believed that the patriarch of the city, Romulus, had marked out the boundaries for the wall of Rome in this year. Another theory – the “Novelty Theory” – claims time itself is a “fractal wave,” which will end abruptly in 2012.
There is reason to believe he was correct in his assumption that there would be 1,260 years until the return of Christ at the rebirth of the Roman Empire, but that the year he chose was incorrect. According to “The Bible Code,” the world will end on this date due to a collision with a meteor, asteroid, or comet.
I have not read the book so I cannot comment on the details in it but I surmise that after the scholars critique the book it will fittingly join with the Bible code.
It seems that an awful lot of people have figured out a date for the start of the tribulation or the second coming.
However, I notice when one starts with what one believes to be the prophetic date and then makes all their data conform to fit that date it will come out to the date they want it to come out. We can see that by world events but when you are tossing out your precise theory of when Jesus will return or reading someone else’s profound theories on that date, you might not sell the farm quite yet. Was the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem more than a place of worship?
Was it, indeed, a roadmap to future events – a kind of prophetic landmark whose significance is only now revealed through the development of satellite imagery?