day of atonement

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Yom Kippur
a Jewish holy day when Jews fast and pray for forgiveness for their sin (=things they have done wrong) , during the past year. It is also known as Yom Kippur
{i} (Judaism) Yom Kippur, Jewish fast day on which wrongdoings committed during the past year are atoned for
(Judaism) a solemn Jewish fast day; 10th of Tishri; its observance is one of the requirements of the Mosaic Law
A solemn, annual Jewish observance in which Israel's high priest offered blood sacrifices ("sin offerings") to effect a reconciliation between the Deity and his people (Lev 16) The banishment of a "scapegoat" to which the priest had symbolically transferred the people's collective guilt climaxed the atonement rites (Lev 16) The Day of Atonement marked the once-yearly entrance of the priest into the Temple's Holy of Holies The author of Hebrews argues that these ceremonies foreshadowed the sacrificial death of Jesus and his ascension to the heavenly sanctuary (Heb 9)
The Jewish feast of Yom Kippur, the tenth day of the seventh month (Sept ), the only day the high priest entered the Holy of Holies It was a day of fasting, penitence, sacrifice for the whole nation, and abstinence from labor (Lev 16; Heb 9: 1-10: 25)
(Hebrew yom kippur) The one day each year when special sacrifices were made by the high priest for the sins of the people; only on this day the high priest entered the Most Holy Place of the temple to sprinkle blood on the ark of the covenant to reconcile Israel with God (Leviticus 16) See Chapter 4
the Day of Atonement
yom kippur
day of atonement

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