Disappointed with The Feast Of Tabernacles
Warnock's The Feast of Tabernacles is the commute reading tonight. I've wanted to read this for a while. Not impressed, sadly.
In math, a good proof goes two ways. If something is both nescessary and sufficient for something else, you have to prove that A -> B and B -> A.
Warnock makes a lot of claims A -> B. He doesn't bother saying anything regarding B -> A. Bullinger in Witness of the Stars and his books on numerology has the same exact issue. It's very fuzzy thinking, not rigorous at all.