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By Xombium, May 31, in Off-A. I was bored in my Psyc lecture, and was sorting out the seven sins according to which ones had the most influence on me.

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The ificance of seven: The seven was used many times in the Bible for ifying perfection. Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

All of these are characteristics of Snow White. The seven deadly sins have opposites in the seven holy virtues: Humility, Chastity, temperance, charity, diligence, patiences, kindness.

In the Grimm version of Snow White, the seven dwarfs do not have names. The mirror is clearly a direct reference to vanity.

Wrath: The wrath of the seven dwarfs upon the witch after they discover Snow White dead. Greed: The Queen again Sloth: Originally meant sadness, melancholy,apathy, depression, and joylessness which would distract from attention to god. This applies to the dwarfs after Snow White dies and sloth in the form of sloppiness certainly applies to the seven dwarfs in their manner of housekeeping.

After the dwarfs have washed, they become people that seem to have a new purpose in life, except for Grumpy who protests the most. Or in the original tale, the Queen actually eats the heart of Snow White.

Grumpy does undergo a transformation throughout the movie though, from a skeptical dwarf into one that is very devoted to Snow White. Envy: The Queen again. The hand washing: The part of the story where Snow White demands that the dwarfs wash could be related to the cleansing of baptism. The evil queen offers Snow White the apple in much the same way.

The book of Revelation contains numerous groups of sevens such as angels, churches, trumpets, crowns, mountains, stars, and kings. This certainly parallels the death and resurrection of Jesus from the Bible.

Snow White knows she should not be speaking to strangers, but she does it anyway and she pays for that mistake by falling under the spell.