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What are some Biblical Principles
that can be Related to the
Mathematics Study of
Trigonometry?

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The verse "For by him all things were created" (Colossians 1:16 NIV'84) tells us where addition originated. It tells us God created all things. The word all includes everything, even math. This does not mean God created the symbols 1 and 2. Man developed those symbols. But those symbols represent a real-life principle called addition that is embedded in everything around us-a principle God created. God created this principle that prevails throughout creation. When God created all things, He determined how they would operate. He chose to make different aspects of creation--from dollars to watts--operate according to the same reliable principle we call addition .As we understand biblically where math came from and why it works so consistently, we find that God is not only in math, but He created and sustains math. Instead of setting God aside when we approach math, let us set aside our old ideas about math and approach math expecting it to glorify the Lord. http://www.christianperspective.net/mathinfo/teachingmathbiblically.html

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When Jesus got crucified, the Romans had careful usage of sine and cosine

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I have no idea how trigonometry applies to the holy bible. By the way, I am also Jewish.
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Yes, the Romans engineered crucifixes very well. They definitely got the work done! Very efficient!
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Trigonometry is a branch of math that studies triangles as well as the relationships between their sides and the angles between these sides. In biblical principles, this can be expressed as the Holy Trinity. This means that there is God, the father, at the top, God the son at one side and God the Holy Spirit on the opposite side.

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