Of the Hundred and fifty-three fish
Identity and enowning in the image of a number On a hidden relationship between the writings of John and the three other Gospels
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number of fish caught at the nocturnal fishing on Lake Tiberias
appears as significant as it is mysterious.
Also the richness of its mathematical relations - it yields, e.g., the
addition series or the triangular number of the seventeen, which is mentioned in the Mosaic writings quite often, and it represents the first Armstrong number - cannot explain the peculiar way of its mention: it stands alone, without further indication of measure as is the case with other numbers.
It is mentioned without any further arithmetical or narrative context; it appears like a statement that contains a special but hidden meaning.
The work traces the meaning of the number on the basis of the Hebrew etymology.
In the process, a hitherto unknown relation of this number to the
story of camel and eye of a needle in the other three Gospels is revealed.
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