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In the Image of YHWH - Preface

The Holy Bible is the most significant book in mankind’s history, and the book you are holding analyzes it in a way that has not been done before. The Holy Bible includes the Torah, and it is the only book ever written specifically to all mankind by YHWH, the sovereign creator God of the universe. YHWH is ancient Hebrew and contains no vowels. Thus, the original pronunciation with vowels included is uncertain but it was probably Yahweh. Today the word "god" has many different meanings to people. To avoid confusion, the God of the Holy Bible will be referred to as YHWH throughout this book.

The purposes of In the Image of YHWH are (1) to address the ways in which an individual is like YHWH; (2) to demonstrate quantitatively that the Holy Bible is YHWH’s inspired word; and (3) to make everyone aware of the issues and decisions they will be confronted with in the near future when YHWH harvests the souls of all mankind.

The Holy Bible is the most amazing book in history. It contains specific revelation for today’s generation. This is time dependent revelation in the form of specific numerical relationships and expressions that could not have been understood until after 1960 AD, when mankind attained the capability of digital computing and numerical analysis. In the Image of YHWH addresses significant historical and future events by applying these scientific analysis tools to the Holy Bible. The author refers to this approach as Quantitative Theology.

In the Image of YHWH will examine several widespread assumptions regarding the Holy Bible, and will also examine the following specific topics.

The analysis begins with a review of some assumptions, terms, processes, concepts, and then proceeds to the first book of the Holy Bible, the Book of Genesis, with an assessment of the pre-creation universe and YHWH’s composition. It then continues throughout the biblical text, examining its significant historical events with respect to man’s assumptions, decisions, and YHWH’s merciful and gracious responses. The analysis concludes with a quantitative assessment of the seven types of souls identified by the seven churches as described in the last book of the Holy Bible, the Book of Revelation. This assessment is unique because it identifies the nature of the judgment that each church will experience and the season that YHWH’s soul harvest will occur.

Also, the analysis is unique because it introduces several new concepts that are foreign to current theological though and Christian understanding. First, is the seven churches in the Book of Revelation are soul types and each soul type corresponds to a branch of the Menorah. Second, is the soul types are distributed across the world’s population in accordance with a normal distribution. Third, is the relationship between and the functioning of the Body, Soul, and Will. The fourth, is the relationship between an individual’s Will, Anxiety, Love, and Faith.

In the light of eternity, an individual’s personal relationship with YHWH is literally the most important factor in any person’s life. The hope is this book will help the readers better understand themselves and what they can expect in the future.

Update 23 June 2016