Sin-Offering: Probable Origin of
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The Epistle to the Hebrews
... more likely than Rome, and Antioch seems a probable destination for ... Our sin offering,
Jesus, is given to us as food ... regard the Law as divine in origin, and both ...
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The Conversion of Cornelius.
... with such characters of their celestial origin, as easily ... handful of fine flour for
a sin-offering, which the ... of Cornelius, although it is probable, that they ...
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Examination of the Treatise
... on some, but to deny the same to others. This seems to me not very probable.
For there are, here, two purposes, each determined ...
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Genesis 4:4,7
And Abel, he also brought of the firstborn of his flock and of the fat thereof. And the LORD had respect to Abel and to his offering:
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Sin-Offering for Sins of Ignorance

Sin-Offering was a Most Holy Sacrifice

Sin-Offering was Eaten by the Priests in a Holy Place, when Its Blood Had

Sin-Offering was Killed in the Same Place As the Burnt-Offering

Sin-Offering was Typical of Christ's Sacrifice

Sin-Offering: Aaron Rebuked for Burning and not Eating That of The

Sin-Offering: At the Consecration of Levites

Sin-Offering: At the Consecration of Priests

Sin-Offering: At the Expiration of a Nazarite's Vow

Sin-Offering: Consisted of a Female Kid or Female Lamb for a Private Person

Sin-Offering: Consisted of a Male Kid for a Ruler

Sin-Offering: Consisted of a Young Bullock for Priests

Sin-Offering: Consisted of a Young Bullock or He-Goat for the Congregation

Sin-Offering: Fat of the Inside, Kidneys, Burned on the Altar of Burnt

Sin-Offering: Garments Sprinkled With the Blood of, to be Washed

Sin-Offering: Laws Respecting the Vessels Used for Boiling the Flesh of

Sin-Offering: On the Day of Atonement

Sin-Offering: Probable Origin of

Sin-Offering: Sins of the offerer Transferred To, by Imposition of Hands

Sin-Offering: The Blood of for a Priest of for the Congregation, Put Upon the Horns of

Sin-Offering: The Blood of for a Priest or for the Congregation, Brought by the Priest

Sin-Offering: The Blood of for a Priest or for the Congregation, Sprinkled Seven Times

Sin-Offering: The Blood of in Every Case Poured at the Foot of the Altar of Burnt

Sin-Offering: Whatever Touched the Flesh of, Was Rendered Holy

Sin-Offering: when for a Priest or the Congregation, the Skin, Carcass,

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