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n^ian Jos24 19 (E),^25 18 ; pardon'xb rho Ex 34 9 (JE) Kg 34.3 Che 18 Je 36 s ; removal IDD Is 27"; 1U3JH 2S12 13 ; casting into the depths of the sea Mi 7 19 ; (3) by covering over, making atonement for "1S3H I^INED Is 6 7 thy sin shall be covered over; actively, 'H ?y "133 ty 1<f; Ti rrin f 85 s (cf. nNcn *D| ^32'); 'n Dnni> (Qr) ma&e an ena" of sins Dn 9 s4 ; (4) 6?/ blotting out 'n nno Is 44^ Je 18 23 V 109' 4 Ne 3*; cleanse from sin 'TO ^.HD ^ 51 4 ; TO "tipB a fountain for sin Zc 13 1 ; (5) 6?/ wo< remember- ing it 'n -or n5> Is 43 25 ; nsr k!? 'ro Je 31 34 ; ■inxtsn-bs JBrr5>N Dt 9 s7 foo& mo< «w«o his sin. e. atonement may be secured for, fl 1V3 132 Ex 32 30 (JE ; Moses, by his intercession). f. ace. to P (H) the priest is to make atonement for a person [XI 133) by sin-offering or trespass- offering, 'nD because of sin I1V4 26 5 610 1 6 34 ; 'n by 4 s5 5 ls (allP), I9 B (H; v.We Com > , - 69 - JBT,1X1 "' 427 ), so that the man is clean from sin 'riD Vtt3 Lv 1 6 30 . 2. condition of sin, guilt of sin Gn 18 20 Nu 16 26

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D^rnron? niinpbii ^ „- n ( gu ii t ) / Judah is graven upon the table of their Jieart, and upon the horns of your altars Je 17 1 . 3. punish- ment for sin : D^srrio 'm DHSD 'n im TINT Zc 1 4 19 this will be the punishment for sin of Egypt and the punishment for sin of all nations (the plague with which Yahweh will smite them). 4. sin-offering : one of the kinds of offering of P, Lv 7 37 ; first in the history 2 K 12 17 (reign of Jehoash), where riNtsn of money given to priests ; elsewh. only in Chr. ; 2 Ch 29 2123 - 24 Hezekiah had made a 'n of 7 *?t|f D^V at purification of temple; EzrS 35 12 Tex 'n were offered; Ne io 34 'n ||nOiy; — in these no evidence of special ritual. Sin-offering elsewh. only in codes of H Ez and P. — On Ho 4 s v. 1 supr. In H, Lv 23 19 a DMy "Vye*, for feast of weeks. In Ez'n in gen. || other sacrifices, EZ40 39 45 1726 46 20 ; and priests eat them Ez 42 13 44 s9 . At dedication of altar, the blood of a young bullock was to be applied to horns of altar, the corners of its settle and its border, the bullock itself burnt without the sanctuary ; for each of the 7 days following a D'ty I'VE' was to be offered EZ43 19 - 2 '- 22 - 25 . On first day of first month a young bullock was to be offered to cleanse the sanctuary : its blood put on the door posts of the house and of the gate of the inner court and on the four corners of the settle of the altar ; also on the seventh day (© first day of seventhmonth)Ez45 1710 (cf.v 18a) ). On 14th day of first month the prince was to offer a bullock for himself and the people and on each of the 7 days of the Passover week a Dny "VyB* Ez 45 Mn . When a priest entered the sanctuary tominister after his cleansinghe was to offer his sin-offering Ez 44 s7 . P gives several grades : a. a ruler should offer a he-goat Lv 4 s4 - 25 Nu 7 >«•=•»•=«■<•• MuiNjiTMLff. an ordinury person a ghe-goat LV4 29 (cf. v 28 ) 5 6 Nu 1 5", ewe lamb Lv 4 ^ 33 - 33 - 34 14 19 Nu 6 1416 , a turtle dove or young pigeon Lv 5 7 - I4 ».81 I5 lWO Nu6 l or one-tenth of an ephah of fine flour Lv5 n "- 12 ; according to ability of the person, and nature of offence. The victim was brought unto the tent of meet- ing, the hands of the offerer laid on its head, it was slaughtered by the offerer, the priest took some of the blood and put it on horns of altar of burnt-offering and the rest of the blood he poured out at the base of it, to cover over the sin, or cleanse the altar from the sin defiling it. All the fat pieces (cf. Lv 4 s2 - 35 ) and a handful of the flour (cf. Lv 5 12 ) were burned on altar. The rest of the flesh and the flour were eaten by priests in court of Holy place Lv 5 13 glO.18.18.S3 ( cf v 11.19) j 7 " io 16.17.19.19 ^13 Nu lg 9 J, a bullock was offered for priests Ex 29 1436 Lv

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tion Nu 8 sl2 and for whole congregation Lv 4 14 - 2 '; but usu. offering for congregation was he-goat Nu 15 24 " 5 , esp. at dedication of altar Lv 9""* and in ritual of feasts NU28 13 - 2230 ap""*-*** 28.3i.34.38 j5 e f ore consecr. of tabernacle the blood went to altar of burnt-offering (Lv 9 9 ), but subsequ. some of it was sprinkled seven times before the vail and some of it put on horns of altar of incense to cleanse this higher altar ; the fat pieces were burned on altar of burnt- offering, and the rest of the victim burned without the camp (Lv4 M1 6 a 8 1617 9' 011 ). c. on day of atonement, sin-offering for high priest was a bullock L v 1 6 36 ; and for congregation two he-goats, one h N ]^(v.^Nty) Lv ie^cfv 810 ' 20 " 22 ), the other for sacrifice mrp^ Lv 1 6 9 (cf. v 8 ). Some of the blood of Aaron's bullock was first taken into innermost sanctuary and sprinkled on the mD3 and seven times before it ; so also blood of the he-goat Lv i6" ul5 (cf. v 12 -' 416 - 17 ) to cleanse highest altar : then the blood of the two victims was applied to lower altars as in a and b and so sin was covered over at the three altars Ex 3O 10 (cf. Lv 1 6 1W9 ). The fat pieces went to altar of burnt-offering and the rest of the victims was burnt without the campLv 16 252727 . (Sins which might be covered over were limited to those committed fUJB>3 Lv 4 s - 22 - 27 Nu 15 27 , njJB'7 Nu 15 24 , minor offences Lv 5 1 " 6 ; and cere- monial uncleanness Lv 12 88 14 13 15' 5 Nu 6 1114 .) — Phrases for sacrificing are : 'n n'E>y Lv 9 7,22