First Kings, chapter 7, verses 23 and 26. There is a similar .... To find the "Jewish"
or "Bible" value for pi, we need to have the inner radius. Once we have that ...
Feb 3, 1998 ... One of the most famous mathematical statements in the Bible is in I Kings ... when
Solomon built his Temple he had to hire Phoenecian artisans for the ... So the
author of this passage may not have known the exact value of pi, ...
Jan 9, 2006 ... I'm far from an inerrantist, but the whole "Bible sez pi is 3" has always .... Jason: "
So when the Bible is addressing questions of history it is no ...
When the value of pi appeared to be surely a bit more than 3, panic ripped
through the realm. A wide variety of excuses have been devised to rescue the ...
Editor's note: As Creation magazine has been continuously published since 1978
, we are publishing some of the articles from the archives for historical interest, ...
The real value of pi is 3.14159265358979, but is commonly approximated by 22/
7. ... How can we say that the Bible is inerrant when it contains such an obvious ...
Are the mathematical numbers Pi and e found in the letters of Genesis 1:1 and
John 1:1? ... The recent discovery that the speed of light is not a constant has
created quite a ... We all met π (“pi”) in school when we had to deal with the
circumference of a ... There are two well-known references to the creation in the
By measuring circular objects, it has always turned out that a circle is a little ... In
the Old Testament of the Bible (1 Kings 7:23), a circular pool is referred to ... The
number pi is extremely useful when solving geometry problems involving circles.
When describing Solomon's Temple and its fixtures, Scripture tells of a great
basin ... "pi" or "P" according to the equation c = Pd. Mathematical derivatives
Jun 8, 2009 ... Does the Bible make a mistake in claiming that pi equals 3? ... It has been
alleged that the Bible is in error because it teaches that pi is equal to 3. Recall
that pi is the ratio of ... Previous Chapter Sleeping in the Temple?