The Emerald Home Run By Steven Andrew Janda

About the Book

Steven Andrew Janda has discovered a hidden calculator in Genesis that reveals mathematic wonders! Now even a child can appear as Einstein.

On April 15, 2009, Ken Griffey Jr. hit his 613th career home run, called The Emerald Home Run, after returning to the Seattle Mariners following a nine-year absence playing with other teams. As soon as Griffey hit the homer, Hall of Fame Announcer Dave Neihaus said this was Griffey’s 400th home run as a Mariner. “Instantly,” Janda says, “I remembered Moses, who delivered the children of Israel after 400 years of bondage to the Egyptians.”

The author reveals other numeric mysteries, including how Revelation appears in Genesis, and how the tribes of Israel in the Law of Moses are joined numerically to Genesis, and are revealed in Major League Baseball by the Gregorian calendar. Since baseball truly is a numbers game, you will enjoy reading The Emerald Home Run as your family amazes others with the revelations learned in this book!