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Date Created: 05/12/16
Humanities 5.12.2016 Symbolism: The most common symbols we use today are letters. o As long as you understand the symbols, that’s all that really matters. Angel/ManMatt LionMark OxLuke EagleJohn The Pelican: Fish: a symbol that shows that you are Christian, Ixthys Fish in Greek: (Acronym) Iesus, Christos,Theou,Uios,Soter, Jesus, Christ, Son of God, Savior o “Born again” in the faith of Christ XPin between “A” and “W” Alpha and Omega The “first” and the “last” o It took 40 years to build the Salt Lake temple and this relates to Moses o Above a door is an eye with a curtain which represents that got can see us through the vail and is always watching us. o Sun is a symbol of the glory of the celestial kingdom o Star stones six pointed: fixed stars, five pointed up, five upside downmorning star o Big dipper on Salt Lake TempleUrsa Major: The big dipper is supposed to teach us that the big dipper meant to teach “ the lost that they may find themselves through the Priesthood.” o Rexburg Temple’s symbol is wheat: Christ is the bread of life, the parable of the wheat, preparedness, the earth is “white, already to harvest”, the gathering of Israel, Alma 26:56 o A circle inside a square represents heaven and earth. Test: Ilearn 2.0 > Exam #1> What was the purpose of each day? What was I supposed to learn?
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