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Quiz 4- Study Guide (Answer Key)

Quiz 4- Study Guide (Answer Key) - Mitchell T Heaton Father...

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Mitchell T. Heaton Father Basil Yender, OSB Freshman Theology Honors 24 November 2008 Quiz #4: Study Guide (Answer Key) The seventh year is a year of __ rest _______ for the land and is called the _______ Sabbatical _________ year. _______ Sabbatical ______ year- a year off from your labor, almost exclusively coordinated with colleges or universities sanctuary - a ___ place _____ that is ____ holy _____ ___ cherub _______ = an angel figure When Biblical texts go into great detail, it is a sign that something is ___ very ___ _______ significant ________. dwelling = ________ tabernacle _______ (Greek) dwelling: a place of ____ rest ______ or ________ gathering _________ the Dwelling in Exodus is the ___ first _____ form of a _____ temple ______ ( it is ______ portable ________) ____ Holy _____ of _______ Holies _________- the holiest place there is in the Dwelling - holds the Arc of the Covenant _____ Menorah _____ - seven branch candlestick The _____ Menorah ______ becomes a symbol of Judaism In Exodus 28 the ___ first ______ _____ priests ______ are identified. The ____ priests ______ are in charge of everything to do with worship. ______ Aaron ________ was the first priest Priests have special ________ vestments ________. The priests are consecrated: they are ____ sacred ______ incense - _____ resin ______ from ____ trees ____ and _______ bushes _______ that burns over _____ charcoal ________ to create an _______ aromatic ________ ______ smell _______
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