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Posted by Apollos on November 23, 1999 00:10:47 UTC

: Three parts to human body:The body(flesh), The soul(our thoughts, feelings, emotions, basically who we are), The innermost part of man (Temple of God).

: The tabernacle built by Moses under Gods precise directions: The outer room (representing the body; flesh), The inner room (Sacred place of holding the shewbread table, etc.)(Representing the mans soul)., And the most Holy Room where God dwelt(Representing mans innermost place where God wishes to dwell)

: Space: Has length, width, and height. : Time: Has yesterday, today, and tomorrow. : Finger: Three bones, ear ? Arm? Leg : Senses:Sight, Smell, Hearing : What other natural things comes in threes? : ------------ : The numerical pi, once thought to be the whole number three is now shown to be a non terminating number. : I've heard certain fundamentalists have been lobbying in the united states to revert this "messy" number back to the "holy" three. : Human classification is pretty arbitrary. Perhaps it's more indicative of our apparent love with the number three, than any inherent significance in it.

: Also your classification seems incomplete. : Ex. "Senses:Sight, Smell, Hearing"

: (touch, taste????)

: P.S. What about 8? 8 never gets any respect. That's number discrimination dammit!! Apollos : I thought 8 was representative of something else. You're right about the senses, though, interesting note, however isn't the light spectrum red blue green another threesome? Maybe there are 6 senses since 6 is the number of mans ultimate achievement?

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