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    The prophet Moses is mentioned several times as communicating with God in such a manner: And the LORD spake unto Moses face to face, as a man speaketh unto his friend. And he turned again into the camp: but his servant Joshua, the son of Nun, a young man, departed not out of the tabernacle. Other references which describe the relationship that God has with Moses and using the same face to face terminology are found in Deuteronomy 5:4, Deuteronomy 34:10 and Numbers 14:14. In addition to face to face contact, Moses was privileged to receive God’s commandments. These laws were carved by the finger of God on tables of stone. And he gave unto Moses, when he had made an end of communing with him upon mount Sinai, two tables of testimony, tables of stone, written with the finger of God. (Exodus 31:18) So from a small finger to the entire back parts of God; from face to face observation to bodily contact; the physical presence of the God of the Old Testament was seen and…

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    Tabernacle Symbolism

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    There are many layers of representations and symbols behind the Tabernacle. However, above all, the existence of the Tabernacle is a living symbol of God’s presence. While Israelites were walking through the wilderness, God demonstrated that He was with them all the time. “For the LORD your God walks in the midst of your camp, to deliever you and give your enemies over to you; therefore your camp shall be holy, that He may see no unclean thing among you, and turn away from you.” (Deuteronomy…

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    GREAT MEN OF THE BIBLE 2 Great Men of the Bible There are many great men found men found throughout the Bible. Their stories range from walking with Jesus to betraying him. Two great men in particular, display the characteristics of trustworthiness and the ability to steadfast and obey the Lord and what he has commanded them to do. During the time when Moses was born, Pharaoh was the King of…

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    Dirk Bouts Influence

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    Dirk Bouts was a Northern Renaissance and Early Netherlandish painter. He was greatly influenced by Jan van Eyck and Rogier van der Weyden. He was known for his devotional panels and portraits and most of his paintings had to do with Biblical concepts. He lived during a time in history when the middle ages ended and the renaissance began. His painting, Moses before the burning bush, with Moses removing his shoes, is a beautiful rendering of the scene when Moses first beholds the presence of God,…

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    Anisfeld, Moshe. “Why was Moses barred from leading the people into the promised land?: a psycho theological answer” Jewish Bible Quarterly 39, no.4 (October 2011): 211-220. Anisfeld’s article is a, psycho-theological answer about Moses. He believes that the reason Moses was barred from leading the Israelites into the promise land was not that Moses committed sin however because he “failed to counteract the peoples slide into blasphemy”, about God. The traditional view is that Moses was…

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    The book of Exodus explains how the Jewish tradition has embraced pain, bondage, and sacrifice. Reading the story of Israel’s birth and struggle revealed that initially, the nation of Israel was a small nation (Fisher, 2014, p. 253). In light of the Israelites starting out with only seventy peoples, including families when they entered Egypt, they multiplied and became a great nation (Deffinbaugh, 2004). Also, after reading the story of Egypt bondage and exodus, and how the Lord used Moses in…

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    The overall theological message or themes seen throughout the book of Exodus can be divided into four major identities. These four consists of liberation, law, covenant, and presence . Based off of these four themes, it is seen that God is supreme over all of the nations, but in particular Israel is his people, and God will continue to preserve them by actions expressed and appropriated generation to generation . This is expressed as seeing God as a god of history who comes into being through…

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    point, does not even know any answers behind the distinctions within her own family. This knowledge was never exposed to her, just as knowledge of “Black Africans” succeeding was hidden from people of the Tabernacle. Likewise, Clare’s educators attempted to manipulate what she had learned from Anne Frank’s accurate historical account, proving how influential unreliable information or lack thereof can be on present perception. Cliff’s sentence structure regarding the educator’s viewpoint of the…

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    celebrations together. In this portion of Scripture Moses defines the timing and requirements that God imparted to him. Passover, Feast of Unleavened Bread, First Fruits, Festival of Weeks (Pentecost), Feast of Trumpets, The Day of Atonement, and finally The Feast of Tabernacles make up these required holy observances. These occasions look back to memorize past events and forward symbolically. Of these, Jesus uses the Feast of Tabernacles to reveal symbols of Himself embedded in its…

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    J.M.J. Holy Trinity and Spirit of Christ Holy Trinity and Spirit of Christ are two Catholic Churches in Westminster, Colorado. Both churches have details that are unique. Though they are in such proximity with each other, they have characteristics that differ. On the other hand, Holy Trinity and Spirit of Christ share several similarities. In examining their similarities and differences, we can discover that Holy Trinity and Spirit of Christ are wonderful churches in their own way. Holy…

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