defilement+by+sin

  • 1 atonement — Sin [[➝ sin]] destroys the relationship between God and people, and atonement is the means by which a reconciliation is effected. In the OT, sacrifices and offerings [[➝ offering, sin]] are prescribed and were well developed in the post exilic… …

    Dictionary of the Bible

  • 2 uncleanness — n. 1. Foulness, defilement, impurity, dirtiness, filthiness, nastiness, pollution, abomination. 2. (Jewish Law.) Impurity, pollution. 3. Moral impurity, defilement by sin, sinfulness, unholiness, pollution …

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  • 3 Tlazolteotl — In Aztec mythology, Tlazolteotl (Tlacolteotl, IPA2|tɬasoɬ teotɬ) is a Central American goddess of purification, steam bath, midwives, filth, and a patroness of adulterers. In Nahuatl, the word tlazolli can refer to vice and diseases. Thus,… …

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  • 4 Purity — Pu ri*ty, n. [OE. purete, purte, OF. purt[ e], F. puret[ e], from L. puritas, fr. purus pure. See {Pure}.] The condition of being pure. Specifically: (a) freedom from foreign admixture or deleterious matter; as, the purity of water, of wine, of… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5 William Bernard Petre, 12th Baron Petre — William Bernard, 12th Baron Petre (20 December, 1817 – 4 July, 1884) “a pattern of charity and piety”, was an enthusiastic builder of churches. To a greater or lesser extent, he was responsible for new churches in Brentwood, Chipping Ongar,… …

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  • 6 PURITY AND IMPURITY, RITUAL — (Heb. וְטָהֳרָה טֻמְאָה, tumah ve toharah), a symbolic system according to which a pure person or object is qualified for contact with the Temple and related sancta (holy objects and spaces) while an impure person or object is disqualified from… …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 7 LEVITICUS, BOOK OF — (Heb. וַיִּקְרָא; LXX Λευιτικόν leuitikon), more aptly described by its tannaitic name, Torat Kohanim, the Priests Manual, the third book of the Pentateuch. Leviticus is thematically an independent entity. exodus contains the story of the… …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 8 Naso (parsha) — Naso or Nasso (נָשֹׂא Hebrew for lift up, the sixth word, and the first distinctive word, in the parshah) is the 35th weekly Torah portion (parshah) in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading and the second in the book of Numbers. It constitutes …

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  • 9 RED HEIFER — (Heb. פָּרָה אֲדֻמָּה), the animal whose ashes were used in the ritual purification of persons and objects defiled by a corpse (Num. 19). While the English term heifer means a young cow that has not had a calf, the Bible (Num. 19:2) speaks simply …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 10 MESURE - Mesures électriques et électroniques — Les mesures électriques et électroniques, grâce à l’apport des semiconducteurs, des méthodes numériques et des systèmes asservis, apparaissent à l’heure actuelle comme une technique clé dans le domaine des mesures en général. L’existence de… …

    Encyclopédie Universelle

  • 11 Beliefs and practices of Jehovah's Witnesses — The beliefs and practices of Jehovah s Witnesses are based on the Bible teachings of its founder, Charles Taze Russell and his successors, Joseph Franklin Rutherford and Nathan Homer Knorr. Since about 1976 they have also been based on decisions… …

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  • 12 death — /deth/, n. 1. the act of dying; the end of life; the total and permanent cessation of all the vital functions of an organism. Cf. brain death. 2. an instance of this: a death in the family; letters published after his death. 3. the state of being …

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  • 13 Passover (Christian holiday) — This article is about how a Jewish holiday is celebrated by Christians. See Passover for Judaism s Jewish holiday celebrating the Exodus of the Israelites from Ancient Egypt. See Easter for the major Christian festival usually linked to Passover …

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  • 14 Berean Christadelphians — The Berean Christadelphians are a Christian denomination that separated from the main Christadelphian denomination in the 1920s, withdrawing congregational fellowship in the process. They are not to be confused with the Christian denomination… …

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  • 15 SACRIFICE — IN THE BIBLE In the Bible various verbs are used to designate the act of sacrifice. Two of them, שחט and טבח, are used for the slaughter of animals for both secular (cf. Gen. 43:16; Num. 11:22) and sacred purposes, while the verbs זבח (hence the… …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 16 KIPPER — (Heb. כִּפֵּר). Etymology The customary rendering of kipper is to atone for, or expiate but in most cases this is, at best, imprecise. In poetry its parallel synonym is maḥah ( to wipe away ; Jer. 18:23), or hesir ( to remove ; Isa. 27:9, cf. the …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 17 TEMPLE — The article is arranged according to the following outline: first temple history structure the ground plan of the temple the detailed plan of the temple general description the porch THE MAIN ROOM (HEKHAL) OR HOLY PLACE …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 18 Chukat — Chukat, Hukath, or Chukkas (Hebrew: חֻקַּת‎, “decree,” the ninth word, and the first distinctive word, in the parshah) is the 39th weekly Torah portion (parshah) in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading and the sixth in the book of Numbers. It …

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  • 19 impurity — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Moral uncleanness Nouns 1. impurity, immodesty, grossness, indelicacy, indecency; pornography, curiosa, obscenity, ribaldry, smut, bawdy, filth, double entendre; coprophilia; pornographic movie, blue… …

    English dictionary for students

  • 20 ENREGISTREMENT — Les techniques de communication ont pour but de transmettre et de stocker des informations: sons, images, grandeurs ou données numériques quelconques. Lorsque l’information possède, ou acquiert par un traitement convenable, une structure… …

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