The Bible Code: Future and Beyond

Theatrical Release: May 12, 1999
DVD Release: May 12, 1999
The Bible Code: Future and Beyond


Scientists have discovered an encrypted Bible Code in the Hebrew text of the Old Testament, making new discoveries about the past, present and future.

Dove Review

“The Bible Code: Future and Beyond” is an excellent and thought-provoking film. It features various authors and scientific experts, as they share their thoughts and beliefs concerning “codes” found in the Bible — codes which actually predicted futuristic events that later occurred. Their evidence is pretty convincing. As one man says, if a book were written that featured codes of prophecy along with the powerful text of the book itself, would this not prove the existence of God, despite the naysayers?

The experts rely on Equidistant Letter Sequence, known as ELS. The film provides examples of the code, including those believed to be found in the Torah, the first five books of the Old Testament. They also quote Proverbs 25:2, which says the glory of God conceals a matter, but the honor of kings searches it out. The experts believe the following topics were included in the code: AIDS, the Palestinian Liberation Organization, various inventions and Thomas Edison, and even famous baseball players. No matter what the viewer may or may not think, this is a fascinating glimpse into the world of codes. As Grant Jeffrey, author of “The Mysterious Bible Code,” says of God, “He has a plan.”

We happily award this film our “Faith-Friendly” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: Soldiers with rifles; a painting of Jesus on the cross; footage of a scud missile exploding; children wearing gas masks but nothing is happening to them.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Crucified Jesus in painting, shirtless and in loin cloth.
Other: A man hopes that mankind can save themselves, but the Bible teaches the Messiah will be the one to save mankind.


Company: Grizzly Adams Prod., Inc.
Director: David Priest
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 45 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Yacov Rambsel
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter