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, is probably all very interesting but can you really tell significant biblical events on the earth from the distance from the Temple in nautical miles or feet?As in the Bible Code, what we have here more likely than not, is selecting what supports the theory and ignoring what does not.That is the contention of an explosive new book, “Temple at the Center of Time: Newton’s Bible Codex Deciphered and the Year 2012,” by David Flynn. It was a civilian settlement built where the Thames became narrow enough for a bridge to be built across it but was still deep enough to admit large ocean vessels.The book asserts it has “deciphered Isaac Newton’s greatest paradox: None other than ‘the unified field theory’ of Bible prophecy.”The Romans established Londinium in about A. In the 16th century, William Camden believed that the “London Stone” was a Roman milestone from which all distances were measured in the province.Now we have the Mayan Calendar influence for 2012 that is plaguing us and helping to spawn these new theories.I have news to a certain TV Bible prophecy teacher and everyone else, God has no reason to follow pagan calendars and theories.
I also do not believe the Millennial temple will be at the Temple Mount of Old Jerusalem. So what does that do to the exact measurements when you do not even know the exact point on the earth to measure from?Why should any Christian believe they contain truth?I get documents from people writing books who have the timing of the second coming or the start of the tribulation all mathematically figured out to an exact year and feast day.These theories all sound good because the author stacks the deck.Only after the scholars and skeptics give their reason why the theory does not hold up is there any balance brought to the speculations.