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Trees are an important part of the Bible.  They were created on the Third Day of Creation.<ref>Genesis 1:11-12</ref>  It was from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil that Eve brought evil into the world.<ref>Genesis 3:1-7</ref>  Jotham used a parable about trees to criticize his brother Abimelech.<ref>Judges 9</ref>  And it was on the wood of a tree that our Savior, Jesus Christ, was crucified.
 
Trees are an important part of the Bible.  They were created on the Third Day of Creation.<ref>Genesis 1:11-12</ref>  It was from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil that Eve brought evil into the world.<ref>Genesis 3:1-7</ref>  Jotham used a parable about trees to criticize his brother Abimelech.<ref>Judges 9</ref>  And it was on the wood of a tree that our Savior, Jesus Christ, was crucified.
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A tree is also a [[graph]] with no cycles, so called because they often resemble actual live trees.
  
 
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Revision as of 12:18, 12 April 2007

A tree is a tall plant, usually with a trunk, branches, and leaves.

Trees are an important part of the Bible. They were created on the Third Day of Creation.[1] It was from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil that Eve brought evil into the world.[2] Jotham used a parable about trees to criticize his brother Abimelech.[3] And it was on the wood of a tree that our Savior, Jesus Christ, was crucified.

A tree is also a graph with no cycles, so called because they often resemble actual live trees.

References

  1. Genesis 1:11-12
  2. Genesis 3:1-7
  3. Judges 9