When discussing the blueprints of the Menorah in Exodus 25 in his book, Seven Spirits Burning, John Crowder comes to this revelation:
When we count up all of the various almod parts on the lampstand – flowers, buds, blossoms, etc. – we find a total of sixty-six parts. Did you know that there are sixty-six books in your Bible? This is an ancient confirmation of the canon of scripture. (44)
I’m sure Catholics and Orthodox all over the globe would disagree with that statement.
And then there’s this in his discussion on the Indwelling Spirit:
Filled, or male’ in Hebrew, is used to describe only three Old Covenant people who were “filled with Holy Spirit.” One is the case of Joshua son of Nun (a pre-figure type of Christ, whose very name Yeshua speaks for itself). (59, emphasis mine)
So because they had the same Hebrew name, one points to the other? Really?!
And people take this guy seriously?