The Tragic Devaluation of God’s Holy and Inspired Word


The idea behind this page is to help make the reader aware of how the Holy Bible has been and continues to be devalued over the years. Here are the points I plan on writing about:

  • Although I seem to be writing about numbers and patterns in the Bible, the key take-away from my discoveries is that the HOLY BIBLE is perfect in structuring and numbering.  The Bible’s complex DNA like numbering could not possibly be the product of men. Thus, the only author that could have created it is God himself.
  • But over the years there has been a constant assault on the divine perfection of the Bible. The following are examples:
    • Thousands of manuscripts have been uncovered and although they are almost exactly alike, the differences cast doubt on its perfection.
    • Through men’s eyes there are discrepancies in the Bible’s messages. These supposed conflicts in contents, put further into question the divine inspiration of scripture.
    • Even Biblical Scholars are no longer able to successfully defend the apparent differences in scripture
    • Today, we hear more and more that the divine inspiration of scripture was something that once existed in the oral transmission of the text but was lost when imperfect men attempted to write the Word of God down on paper.
  • It is sad that once we begin to doubt any part of the Bible, we can no longer be sure of what is accurate and what is not.
  • Once we become unsure of scripture, we see the book as a humanly created book and we no longer look for the deep secrets God left for us to find.
    • For example, if we don’t believe there is significance to chapter numbering, we don’t look for chapter based themes or messages. Every Bible chapter does have a theme.
    • If we trivialize number symbolism and meaning, we don’t look for the deeper meaning in the text that numbers help us to find.
    • If we don’t see the 1-10 progressive patterns and symbolism in numbers, we miss some of the best tools for authenticating and interpreting scripture.
  • God said many times in his word his Holy Bible is perfect and would be preserved.
  • A warning to the reader not to find themselves on the slippery slope of doubting scripture.
  • If the reader will validate the Bible’s DNA like perfection for themselves, and then trust the Bible is the work of our almighty God, it will dramatically change our belief in both Jesus Christ and how we will look at the Word of God forever.
  • It is not necessary to be good at understanding numbers and math to take full benefit of their presence. If you study them just superficially enough to become convinced there is a DNA like perfection to scripture, just the knowledge alone of the Bible being perfect will change anyone’s belief in the supernatural nature of God’s Word.

Do you believe God’s Holy Bible is the Inspired Word of God?

Most Christians and Bible Scholars would say that God’s Holy Bible is the inspired word of God. But Christians are also presented regularly with statements that contradict the “Inspiration” of scripture. For example:

  • When the contents of scripture seems to have different views of similar events the differences are explained by saying that different authors saw events from different perspectives.


What does the inspiration of scripture mean

  • Some say that God inspired the writers of the Gospels but did not dictate it to them. That God allowed some of gospel writers to provide perspectives, personalities and purposes to shine through, to the extent that it would not detract from the principal message God wanted to deliver.
  • Jesus’ life spans more than thirty years, while His ministry spans more than three years. The writers simply could not record it all and therefore had to be selective, otherwise the books would have been too large
  • The authors wrote for different audiences and different messages
  • There are no discrepancies, it was just that not every Gospel presents all the events
  • In recent years I have heard more and more often that the perfection of God’s Word was just perfection in the originally passed down oral tradition. That when the actual books were written, errors were introduced as the authors explained

What do I believe?

  • Every word of the Bible is God breathed. We should not question any part of the Bible
  • We should accept the scriptures are God wrote them and assume everything is there for a reason. Rather than try to explain differences as we might perceive them, read each book and chapter trusting what we read.