The Math & Science of 'The King's Calendar:The Secret of Qumran'

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In an article entitled: The Math & Science of 'The King's Calendar,' Australian theologian and historian, R.P.BenDedek has laid down a challenge to the academic world, to debunk his research results.

In an article entitled: The Math & Science of 'The King's Calendar,' Australian theologian and historian, R.P.BenDedek has laid down a challenge to the academic world, to debunk his research results.

“The real difference,” he claims, “between the King's Calendar and other theories, is that the King's Calendar Hypothesis is based in a demonstrable Mathematical link between a variety of ancient chronological sources.”

He maintains that the 'scientific ability to mathematically verify or falsify' his research findings, 'makes the 'King's Calendar' different, and makes it a truly 'Scientific theory'.'

BenDedek, who worked on his research for 10 years before publishing directly to the internet, insists that the mathematical nature of the King's Calendar artificial chronology, and its' adherence to the principle of 'Lineal causality', should make it easy for the academic world to disprove his research results if he is wrong.

He stated that “the mathematical link between the 364 day calendar, the 336 day calendar, and the chronologies of the Dead Sea Sect, Josephus and the Bible, is real, demonstrable, able to be scientifically tested, and beyond coincidence. Statistically speaking, it is impossible for the artificial chronological scheme running through these writings, to be anything other than the result of deliberate design.”

BenDedek, in addition to his book (The King's Calendar:The Secret of Qumran – http://www.kingscalendar.com), is a contributing columnist for Magic City Morning Star News (Maine USA. http://magic-city-news.com/cat_index_33.shtml ). He currently lives and works in Wuhan, China, and has published a series of photographic articles entitled: “Stories from China”, at both KingsCalendar.com and Magic City News.

The Math & Science of 'The King's Calendar' can be read in full at: http://www.kingscalendar.com/cgi-bin/index.cgi?action=viewnews&id=216

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