The Incredible Compactness of the Isaiah 53 Cluster When we calculated the odds of a cluster similar to that of Isaiah 53 occurring by chance, we ignored a critical factor—how tightly packed many of the most improbable codes are around the longest code. If we were to reflect this in our calculation of the odds, the chances of it being a coincidence would be far more unlikely. Reflecting this is quite complicated, and the odds are already extremely small, so we will just display in the following table the minimum distance (in letters) between the letters of the most improbable ELSs and any of the letters of the 22-letter "Gushing from above…" code.

 From the above chart we can see that 47 of the 75 most improbable ELSs either share a common letter with the focal code or are less than ten letters away from it. This focal code is located in the last third of the 1,584 letter long text that is crossed by each of the more improbable ELSs. The closeness of ELSs that are tightly related thematically is common in Isaiah 53. The following table provides an example drawn from only four consecutive letters from Isaiah 53:12 where the literal text reads, "He poured out to death his soul":

Code Skeptics' Arguments Trashed

Ever since the first Bible codes were announced, skeptics have been saying, "Oh, well, you can also find codes like that in books like War and Peace and Moby Dick."

We took the time to examine this notion and the best example of it that the skeptics have been able to come up with. The results of our research have completely blown away their theory.