Sin Offering
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Sin Offering

SIN OFFERING

See SACRIFICE.

Smith's Bible Dictionary
Sin Offering

The sin offering among the Jews was the sacrifice in which the ideas of propitiation and of atonement for sin were most distinctly marked. The ceremonial of the sin offering is described in Levi 4 and 6. The trespass offering is closely connected with the sin offering in Leviticus, but at the same time clearly distinguished from it, being in some cases offered with it as a distinct part of the same sacrifice; as, for example, in the cleansing of the leper. Levi 14. The distinction of ceremonial clearly indicates a difference in the idea of the two sacrifices. The nature of that difference is still a subject of great controversy. We find that the sin offerings were --

  1. Regular . (a) For the whole people, at the New Moon, Passover, Pentecost, Feast of Trumpets and Feast of Tabernacles, (Numbers 28:15-29; 38:1) ... besides the solemn offering of the two goats on the Great Day of Atonement. Levi 16 (B) For the priests and Levites at their consecration, (Exodus 29:10-14,36) besides the yearly sin offering (a, bullock) for the high priest on the Great Day of Atonement. (Leviticus 16:2) Special . For any sin of "ignorance" and the like recorded in Levi 4 and 5. It is seen that in the law most of the sins which are not purely ceremonial are called sins of "ignorance," see (Hebrews 9:7) and in Numb 15:30 It is expressly said that while such sins call be atoned for by offerings, "the soul that doeth aught presumptuously " (Heb. with a high hand) "shall be cut off from among his people." "His iniquity shall he upon him." Comp. (Hebrews 10:20) But here are sufficient indications that the sins here called "of ignorance" are more strictly those of "negligence" or "frailty" repented of by the unpunished offender, as opposed to those of deliberate and unrepentant sin. It is clear that two classes of sacrifices, although distinct, touch closely upon each other. It is also evident that the sin offering was the only regular and general recognition of sin in the abstract and accordingly was for more solemn and symbolical in it's ceremonial; the trespass offering was confined to special cases, most of which related to the doing of some material damage, either to the holy things or to man. Josephus declares that the sin offering is presented by those "who fall into sin in ignorance." and the trespass offering by "one who has sinned and is conscious of his sin. But has no one to convict him thereof." Without attempting to decide so difficult and so controverted a question, we may draw the following conclusions. First, that the sin offering was for the more solemn and comprehensive of the two sacrifices. Secondly, that the sin offering looked more to the guilt of the sin done, irrespective of its consequences, while the trespass offering looked to the evil consequences of sin, either against the service of God or against man, and to the duty of atonement, as far as atonement was possible. Thirdly, that in the sin offering especially we find symbolized the acknowledgment of sinfulness as inherent in man, and of the need of expiation by sacrifice to renew the broken covenant between man and God. In considering this subject, it must he remembered that the sacrifices of the law had a temporal as well as a spiritual significance and effect. They restored sin offender to his place in the commonwealth of Israel; they were therefore an atonement to the King of Israel for the infringement of his low.
Greek
2435. hilasterion -- propitiatory
... Part of Speech: Noun, Neuter Transliteration: hilasterion Phonetic Spelling:
(hil-as-tay'-ree-on) Short Definition: a sin offering, covering Definition: (a) ...
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2434. hilasmos -- propitiation
... propitiation, sin offering. Atonement, ie (concretely) an expiator -- propitiation.
(ilasmon) -- 1 Occurrence. (ilasmos) -- 1 Occurrence. 2433, 2434. ...
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3083. lutron -- a ransom
... especially the sacrifice by which expiation is effected, an offering of expiation ...
the which (ransoms) believers, freeing them from all slavery (bondage) to sin. ...
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1827. exelegcho -- convince.
... "completely out from" intensifying 1651, "convict") -- properly, convict; (figuratively)
God offering to bring people their sin and (revelations of faith). ...
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Strong's Hebrew
2403b. chattath -- sin, sin offering
... 2403a, 2403b. chattath. 2404 . sin, sin offering. Transliteration: chattath
Short Definition: offering. Word Origin from chata Definition ...
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2401. chataah -- sin, sin offering
... 2400, 2401. chataah. 2402 . sin, sin offering. Transliteration: chataah Phonetic
Spelling: (khat-aw-aw') Short Definition: sin. ... sin offering. ...
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2409. chattaya -- sin offering
... 2408, 2409. chattaya. 2410 . sin offering. Transliteration: chattaya Phonetic
Spelling: (khat-taw-yaw') Short Definition: offering. ... sin offering. ...
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2402. chattaah -- sin offering
... 2401, 2402. chattaah. 2403 . sin offering. Transliteration: chattaah Phonetic
Spelling: (khat-taw-aw') Short Definition: offering. ... sin offering ...
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2403. chatta'ah -- sinful thing, sin
... sinful thing, sin. Transliteration: chatta'ah Phonetic Spelling: (khat-taw-aw')
Short Definition: sin. punishment of sin, purification for sin, offering ...
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817. asham -- offense, guilt
... From 'asham; guilt; by implication, a fault; also a sin-offering -- guiltiness,
(offering for) sin, trespass (offering). see HEBREW 'asham. 816, 817. ...
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819. ashmah -- wrongdoing, guiltiness
... Feminine of 'asham; guiltiness, a fault, the presentation of a sin-offering -- offend,
sin, (cause of) trespass(-ing, offering). see HEBREW 'asham. 818, 819. ...
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818. ashem -- guilty
... one which is faulty, guilty. From 'asham; guilty; hence, presenting a sin- offering --
one which is faulty, guilty. see HEBREW 'asham. 817, 818. ashem. 819 > ...
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Library

The Sin-Offering
... The Sin-Offering. Gerhard Ter Steegen Matthew 27:46. Still, O soul! the sign and
wonder. Of all ages see". Christ, thy God, the King of glory,. ...
/.../bevan/hymns of ter steegen suso and others/the sin-offering.htm

The Attack on the Book of Leviticus.
... let him bring for his sin, which he hath sinned, a young bullock without blemish
unto the Lord for a sin offering." Leviticus 4:1, 2, 3. ... (4) The sin offering. ...
/.../concerning the assumptions of destructive criticism/v the attack on the.htm

The Day of Atonement
... the cloud upon the mercy-seat.3. Thus shall Aaron come into the holy place; with
a young bullock for a sin offering, and a ram for a burnt offering.4. He shall ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture k/the day of atonement.htm

Sacrifice Renewed
... The first requisite for Judah's return to Jehovah, whom they had forsaken, was the
presentation of a 'sin offering.' The king and the congregation laid their ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture g/sacrifice renewed.htm

Some Helpful Thoughts on Consecration
... The blood of one of these animals was to be shed for the sin-offering; one for
the "burnt offering," and one for the "consecration" offering. ...
/.../byers/sanctification/chapter xi some helpful thoughts.htm

1 John iv. 9-10
... must first be removed by God himself; and the medium, through which this was effected,
is called by John the reconciliation for sin, the sin-offering for man. ...
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'The Scapegoat'
... good deal to rhetorical propriety to drag in an idea so foreign to the Pentateuch,
and so opposed to the plain fact, that both goats were one sin offering (v.5 ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture k/the scapegoat.htm

Separation to God.
... turtles, or two young pigeons, to the priest, to the door of the tabernacle of the
congregation: and the priest shall offer the one for a sin-offering, and the ...
/.../taylor/separation and service/part i separation to god.htm

The Fact of the Redeemer's Return was Foreshadowed in the Ritual ...
... Second, Aaron offered "a bullock of the sin-offering" to "make an atonement for
himself and for his house"(vs.6). Our Great High Priest was without sin, He ...
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The First Disciples.
... The lamb, throughout Old Testament times, was commonly used as a sin-offering
(Lev.4:32), at the morning and evening sacrifice (Ex.12:21-27), at the great ...
/.../johnson/the new testament commentary vol iii john/the first disciples.htm

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