Jack Johnson | Beloit, WI United States | 12/04/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This documentary on the pioneering discoveries of the equidistant letter sequence codes in the text of the Hebrew Bible is an intriguing introduction to a fascinating subject. Even though Bible code research has advanced rapidly - even in the past year - this video is still a valuable preface for anyone unfamiliar with what the codes involve and what their implications are for us today. The viewer should keep in mind that this is beginner level material in a subject that has advanced far in a short time. I highly recommend it for starters."
GREAT Book Short Documentary
A. Morlock | you'll never find me | 01/22/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The book is great. The documentary was short but gave a lot to think about that was hard to concive from the book. I do not own the Dvd's but i watched them before. The documentary was great. Both my family and I watched the Dvd and thought them great. Every one needs watch this. But the books are better."
It was something to think about?
MuseGlance | WA USA | 06/03/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"When I was first asked to review this DVD by a friend I wanted to decline, but watched it anyway. It was my personal opinion that you can make anything say anything if you try hard enough.
The impression that I got afterward was that there were some very genuine people out there with far more expertise than I have in encoding and mathmatics that had found something extraordinary within the Hebrew text. So I have have elevated my opinion somewhat. There is no way I am going to be able to understand fully encryption methods..and debunkers use people's inability to grasp the mathematic concepts as a way to blast the whole thing.
I figure "out of the mouth of two or three witnesses" (add credible to that) all things will be established. These people seem competent, sincere, and not glory hounds, so I am left to think about it and wish that it would be indeed provable and acceptable in the scientific community. I would love theology and science to come together on something!
Over all if a DVD gives me ANYTHING to think about it is good. It is short documentary...and doesn't need two DVD's to show, but I didn't regret the time viewing it."
S. Kelly | 04/16/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD talkS about FORENSIC EVIDENCE that cannot be argued with, no matter how many fits you chuck. Further, given a choice between 10 Jewish scientists and 10 Christian Pastors who disagree...I'll take the scientists, thank you."
Great subject, poor production value...
bibliostuff | West Hollywood, CA USA | 08/14/2001
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD, as a documentary, is very poor - conceptually and technically. First the mundane details: It appears as a "box set" with 2 DVD's, but each one of them only contains 45 minutes with none of the usual "bonus". The film itself is very unbalanced, promising way more the it delivers and mixing solid scientific research with some very questionable messianic claims. The subject itself is fascinating. Watch the DVD if you have to, but your time would be better spent reading the original book by Michael Drosnin..."