An offering of wine an introductory exploration of the role of wine in the Hebrew bible and ancient Judaism through the examination of the semantics of some keywords by David J. Jordan

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Published by VDM Verlag Dr. Müller in Saarbrücken .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Bible,
  • Judaism,
  • Wine and wine making,
  • Language, style,
  • History,
  • Wine

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Book details

StatementDavid J. Jordan
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBL457.W5 J67 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination226 p. ;
Number of Pages226
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25288504M
ISBN 10383643508X
ISBN 109783836435086
LC Control Number2011404247
OCLC/WorldCa417666143

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Hamilton via The Berean, Vol. V, No. 5,6, February The argument for the drinking of wine with the Old Testament feasts is stated as thus: "The drink-offerings at all set feasts, including Passover, were of wine (Numbers ); therefore, as Jesus was eating.

It has been speculated that the offering of an animal, grain, oil, and wine—the smoke making a “soothing aroma to the LORD”—is a metaphor for providing food for God, an important cultural requirement in the Middle East.

What we do know is that the pouring out of a drink offering is a metaphor for the blood Jesus spilled on the cross. What does the Bible say about Offering. Sometimes people confuse the difference between tithing and offering. While tithing is required by Mosaic Law in Judaic tradition, an offering is a voluntary donation to the church or charity.

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In Book VI of The Iliad, Hector’s mother tells him “Wait till I fetch you some sweet honeyed wine, first to pour a libation to Zeus and the other gods, and then for your relief if you will. The BCP’s eucharistic prayer is similar to the Roman Canon in use since approximately the 4th century.

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