disclaimer: I received the following book for free from Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest opinions. All opinions remain my own.
"The Chamberlain Key"
by Timothy P. Smith
This book takes you on the ongoing journey with Timothy to discover how he knows that God himself is behind the words of the Bible. What if there was a way to prove it, would there be more believers. Well what if Timothy found proof. What if Timothy found his own name, wife's name (maiden included) and his children's names all hidden in one very small section of Genesis. Well guess what, he did.
Just as QR codes compress a bunch of information into a tiny square that can be scanned and decoded. The Bible also has clues embedded in it in a three dimensional form. Timothy explains how this works and how we too can help decode it.
Mommy in PA: If you like mystery books, decoding, Bible history, etc. you will enjoy this book. It will keep you guessing as to just what he will be able to find next.
I really enjoyed how he goes into a deeper explanation of things, even though I was still a bit lost, it definitely adds to his notability. Anyone can say that they found something in the Bible in Hebrew but he actually shows you the text and breaks it down.
I also like how he shows you photos of things that he used for references along his journey. Like that gorgeous copy of "The Leningrad Codex"and the sixteen Rocio Madonna icons. It is also amazing how he noticed pictures forming out of the key letters in the text.
And perhaps the greatest thing is that he gives people a website to go to where they can offer insight, ask questions, and learn about all of the ongoing research. And you don't even have to be an expert to help, just head over here and check it out.
We all have questions about why we are here but perhaps Timothy has found out his reason and can help others find theirs too.