Tells of early man"s first need to count, the influence of agriculture and herding on the development of the tally, and numerical systems from Egypt, Mesopotamia, China, Rome, and India.
|Statement||Illustrated by Mircea Vasiliu.|
|Contributions||Vasiliu, Mircea, illus.|
|LC Classifications||PZ10.L23 St|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||61007769|
• From chapters the Israelites are preparing for their journey and entry into the promise land. Moses begins by • In chapters , the Israelites travel from the wilderness in Sinai to approach the promise land. The people • In chapters , we see severe punishment for disobedience. The story of Numbers is so important from a spiritual perspective that two New Testament writers warn their readers about failing similar tests. The apostle Paul advised the church in Corinth about yielding to temptations to grumbling, immorality, and idol worship like the Hebrews did (1 Cor. ). The Book of Numbers. The Book of Numbers derives its name from the account of the two censuses taken of the Hebrew people, one near the beginning and the other toward the end of the journey in the wilderness (chaps. 1 and 26).It continues the story of that journey begun in Exodus, and describes briefly the experiences of the Israelites for a period of thirty-eight years, from the end of their. Excellent book for toddlers and young children. The story is perfect for kids. It starts when Hypatia was a little girl and through out a very sweet story of her life and her passion for mathematics and astronomy. Very appealing for kids to get interested in numbers and shapes. My two year old loves it!/5(10).
This book is a fun read for the math enthusiast, in the style of William Dunham's books, most notably, Journey Through Genius. The story, full of witty flourishes and playful asides, builds in the same chronological sequence, demonstrating the development of logarithms and their famous "natural" base/5(). The Character of Numbers. The Book of Numbers is composed of narrative, legislation, and archival records. Its narrative begins at the point where Exodus leaves off. (Leviticus, which interrupts the flow of narration, consists almost entirely of legislation independent of historic precedent–with the exception of Lev. )Exodus ends by relating the erection of the Tabernacle on the first day. The book of Numbers tells why. The Israelites' disobedience and lack of faith caused God to make them wander in the desert until all the people of that generation had died--with a few important exceptions. The book draws its name from the census made of the people, a necessary step toward their organization and future : Jack Zavada. The title doesn't lie. Mathematician Georges Ifrah's masterpiece, The Universal History of Numbers, is a wonderfully comprehensive overview of numbers and counting spanning all the inhabited continents as far back in time as records will allow us to the ancient Babylonians, Sumerians, and Indians, Ifrah takes us farther south into Africa to examine an early decimal counting Cited by:
The Book of Numbers is a law book in the Old Testament section of the Bible. But the Book of Numbers is also a history book. It is the story of the people whom Moses led through the desert. Moses counted the people in Numbers 1 and Numbers Numbers is the fourth book of the law or Pentateuch. It takes its name in the LXX. and Vulgate (whence our "Numbers") from the double numbering or census of the people, the first of which is given in Chapters , and the second in Chapter An overview of the book of Numbers narrative spans 40 yrs. The story begins at Mt. Sinai (after the Levitical law is delivered), and follows the children of Israel through the wilderness Numbers. The book of Numbers in the Bible is the fourth book in the Old is called a book of Moses because it contains the story of Moses and the Israelites when they wander throughout the wilderness before ending up at Israel (also known as Canaan or Palestine), where .