Mishkan


Mishkan

Mishkan is the Hebrew word for the dwelling place of God, or the Tabernacle. It can refer to:

*The Israelite Tabernacle
*Mishkan, a quarterly journal dealing with Jewish Christianity/Messianic Judaism


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  • TABERNACLE — (Lat. tabernaculum, tent ; taberna, hut ; the word renders the Heb. mishkan), the portable sanctuary constructed by the Children of Israel in the wilderness at the command of God. (The word has no connection with the Festival of Tabernacles –… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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