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Outlines Of Jewish History -Rev. Francis E. Gigot D.D.

Section II. Sacrificial and Festival Rites.

 

 

 

I.

MOSAIC SACRIFICES:

(Exod. 29, 30 Levit. 1–7 Numb. 15)

              1. Sacrifice, an Expression of Religious Worship.

 

             

 

              2. Bloody Sacrifices:

              Principal kinds (Holocausts; Expiatory and Pacific sacrifices).

 

                            Features common to them all.

 

                            Animals selected: why offered to the true God?

 

             

 

              3. Unbloody Sacrifices:

              Principal kinds.

 

                            Chief objects of unbloody sacrifices.

 

              4. Place where the Sacrifices were to be Offered.

 

              5. Laws of Purity.

 

 

 

II.

MOSAIC HOLIDAYS:

              1. The Sabbath and Holidays connected there with:

              A. The Weekly Sabbath (why and how sanctified?)

 

                            B. The Feast of the New Moon.

 

                            C. The Feast of Trumpets (why called so? how celebrated?)

 

                            D. The Sabbatical Year (meaning and special regulations).

 

                            E. The Year of Jubilee (special enactments; their importance).

 

             

 

              2. The Three Great Joyous Festivals:

              A. The Paschal Festival (Levit. 23:5–8; Numb. 28:16–25; Deut. 16:1–8).

 

                            B. The Feast of Pentecost (Levit. 23:15–22; Numb. 28:26–31; Deut. 16:9–12).

 

                            C. The Feast of Tabernacles (Levit. 23:34–43; Numb. 29:12–39; Deut. 16:13–15).

 

             

 

              3. The Day of Atonement (Levit. 16; 23:26–32).

 








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