Mathematical Analysis of the Gospels
This Bible study examines the words spoken by Jesus in the four gospels using a series of mathematical techniques. The results are a demonstration of how to do a three dimensional analysis on this type of text and a pair of offset bell curves. The offset in the bell curves indicate greater social maturity in the actions related to unifying than in actions that divide.
This Bible study uses linear trend analysis to search for patterns in the way themes, roles, developmental stages, actions and dualism are used in the words spoken by Jesus in the four gospels. The linear trends are consistent except when examining the use of developmental stages. The analysis of developmental stages implies there is a normal distribution of the data with two subsets offset slightly. It appears that greater social maturity is conveyed in actions that unify than is used in actions that divide.
Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christianity
Published: July 11, 2011
Tags: Bible "developmental psychology" disciple dualism God "helping others" Jesus judgment "linear trend" "normal distribution" redeemer roles theology
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