I came across an interesting paragraph on the blog “Dave’s Mormon Inquiry” about symbols, the meanings that are attached to them and if Latter-day Saints should have a symbol representative of their faith.
It has occurred to me over the years that there is something significant about white cloth and its use in religious practices and metaphors.
Third times the charm, three strikes and you’re out, three-part harmony…three is all around us, it gives us a frame of reference and is connected to the holy and divine as it represents stability and completeness. Read about some of the most intriguing characteristics of the number three.
Two is probably one of the most amazing numbers when you consider all that it is connected to. This number is connected to some of the most important doctrines and principles like creation, opposition, witnesses and more!
This will be the first in a series of posts exploring basic archetypal symbols and their meaning within a doctrinal context. This first post will focus on the number one and some of it’s many meanings.