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The Bible Code: Predicting Armageddon (2003)  

Number: 557

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Country: , 50 minutes

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Genre(s): Documentary

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Medium: Original DVD

Plot Outline:
Experts like CalTech's Barry Simon debate the theory that the Scriptures contain a highly accurate prophetic system.

* Does the Bible hold within it hidden messages about people and events such as Hitler, Napoleon and 9/11?
* Experts from both sides of the issue present their best cases.
* Find out how the alleged code works — and what it suggests for our future.

There are those who believe that the Old Testament is filled with predictions. If one knows where to look, and how, there are references to figures like Hitler, Napoleon and Einstein, and events including the Second World War and the attacks of 9/11. And, of course, there are signs of what the future holds.

THE BIBLE CODE analyzes this controversial theory with the help of leading lights on both sides of the issue. Code researchers like Roy A. Reingold tell how the ancient code works, and what it says, while skeptics from top institutions like MIT and CalTech weigh in on the other side of the issue, though not everyone in academia believes that the code must be false.

Take a balanced look at the surprising theory that holds that, in some ways, the scriptures are the world's first computer program.

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