Keys to the Bible

Course Description

Discover significance aspects of the Bible that are often unknown, omitted and ignored when studying the Bible and that have the potential to change how we think, how we act individually and collectively. The challenge is to see what these sacred ancient texts are saying, preserving to a people who are fighting for their freedom and land. The passages of the Bible record ancient cosmology, cosmic principles, and a cryptic wisdom revealed to those with eyes to see, ears to hear, and hearts to understand. “He who has an ear, let him hear.” If there was no Bible, could you figure out how the world works? If your people were enslaved, could you free them and rebuild them as a people? Why is it that we have the Bible and have no land? (Gen 12:1-3)

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Your Bible and an open mind. Select a favorite passage, look for the patterns, and interpret the passage in light of what we are discussing in class in a short essay (400-500 words). Internet access is helpful to login and download resources from

Course Topics

  • What do you desire? (Gen 3:6)
  • What are they doing? (Gen 2; 1 Kgs 3; Exod 31; Job 1)
  • The Mystery behind the History: Patterns, Paradigms, Principles, Persons, and Places (Mt 13:34-35; Lk 24)
  • There is Structure: Gematria, Sacred Geometry, Cosmology (Cosmogony), Cosmic Principles, the Temple and the Tree of Life (Gen 1)
  • The Temple, The Path and the Way: Adam, Cain, Noah, Babel, Abraham (Gen 2-4, 11, 12, 13, 19, 22)
  • The Secret (1 Kgs 3:16-28)

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