The White Letters of the Sacred Scripture: The Continuum, The Code, and the Permuted Book

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It is the contention of this book that the two discourses of set theory and bible codes are fundamentally connected to each other. That is, there is a union to be struck between an analysis of Torah codes and the mathematical discourse of infinity. In this book, the author attempts to outline a realist theological ontology of set theory with particular attention given to issues surrounding the Continuum Hypothesis, the Axiom of Choice, Forcing, and Large Cardinals. Ultimately, the purpose of this theological ontology is to uncover the meaning and nature of sacred scripture itself. In doing so, it is discussed how a text itself can be reduced to code and how the universe itself is programmed. Hence, both reality itself as well as the bible are programmed and coded scripture. In particular, it is only by way of understanding the nature of the infinite that we can comprehend what makes a written text like the Torah sacred. Such a sacred text we will discover is made up of what the Kabbalah calls 'white letters.' And such white letters are found only through exposing the text to all its possible permutations. Ultimately, this monograph shows that if in the past theologians asked how many angels can fit on the head of a pin, today theologians need to ask how many letters exist within the white spaces of sacred scripture.

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