What is the meaning of the number 5 in Christianity?
In biblical numerology, some have said the number 5 is generally linked with one having grace and redemption.
There is no special meaning of the number 5 in Christianity.
There is a possible confusion over how the last part of your question ("contain no 5") can be interpreted: it could be a badly written shorthand of the word number: "Nº" also written "No." also written "No" and very badly written as "no", meaning "contains the number 5", meaning "the number 5" - the number between 4 and 6 and less than 10; it could be a badly written shorthand of the word number: "Nº"…
All isotopes of the same element will have the same number of protons. Two particles with different numbers of protons will inevitably be different elements. The atomic number of boron is 5, meaning there are 5 protons in all isotopes of boron. The "11" in "Boron-11" is the mass number, which is the sum of the number of protons and neutrons. So if we add the number of protons (5) with the number of neutrons…
The concept of Christianity is perfect; however, the "religion" of Christianity is not. Meaning, the concept that God gave to His people (Christians) is perfect, but His people are not perfect and throughout history, even today, people did many things in the name of Christianity that was certainly not approved of by God.
Nothing. It's just a number, like any other number. Numerology is not part of Christianity and has nothing to do with the Bible. Although many people, out of what appears their personal hatred for the Bible and Christianity, attempt to assign hidden or secret meanings to numbers and passages written in the Bible.