2 edition of The sin of the calf found in the catalog.
The sin of the calf
Youn Ho Chung
|Statement||Youn Ho, Chung.|
|Series||The library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament studies -- #523|
|LC Classifications||BS1199.I34 C48 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009035830|
Golden calf, idol worshipped by the Hebrews during the period of the Exodus from Egypt in the 13th century bc and during the age of Jeroboam I, king of Israel, in the 10th century bc. Mentioned in Exodus 32 and I Kings 12 in the Old Testament, worship of the golden calf is seen as a supreme act of. Introduction --The sins of Jeroboam and the calves --The analysis of the texts --Hosea and the calf image --The motives behind the deuteronomistic polemic against the calf image and the prohibition of the image --Summary and conclusion. Series Title: Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament studies, ; T & T Clark library of biblical studies.
The relationship of the biblical tradition to golden calf worship seems to be entirely negative. In the Torah and the Book of Kings, harsh criticism is wielded against the golden calf the Israelites made in the wilderness (Exod 32; Deut ) and the calves erected by Jeroboam ben Nebat (1 Kgs ) at Dan and Bethel during his reign over the Northern Kingdom of Israel. In turning to calf-worship, Jeroboam spurned God’s goodness and brought about his own demise: “The sin of the house of Jeroboam led to its downfall and to its destruction from the face of the earth” (1 Kings ). There are other places throughout 1 and 2 Kings that refer to the sins .
Exodus 32 - NIV: When the people saw that Moses was so long in coming down from the mountain, they gathered around Aaron and said, “Come, make us gods who will go before us. As for this fellow Moses who brought us up out of Egypt, we don’t know what has happened t. 31 And Moses returned unto the LORD, and said, Oh, this people have sinned a great sin, and have made them gods of gold. 32 Yet now, if thou wilt forgive their sin--; and if not, blot me, I pray thee, out of thy book which thou hast written. 33 And the LORD said unto Moses, Whosoever hath sinned against me, him will I blot out of my book.
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The Sin of the Calf is a comprehensive study of one of the most important topics in the history of Israel's religion: the cult of the Calf that was practiced in the northern Kingdom for several centuries during pre-exilic times.
Chung has considered this topic from every angle, examining the archeological evidence, the question of origins and influences, the religious phenomenology and the Cited by: 2.
The relationship of the biblical tradition to golden calf worship seems to be entirely negative. In the Torah and the Book of Kings, harsh criticism is wielded against the golden calf the Israelites made in the wilderness (Exod 32; Deut ) and the calves erected by Jeroboam ben Nebat (1 Kgs ) at Dan and Bethel during his reign over the Northern Kingdom of : Youn Ho Chung.
About The Sin of the Calf. The relationship of the biblical tradition to golden calf worship seems to be entirely negative. In the Torah and the Book of Kings, harsh criticism is wielded against the golden calf the Israelites made in the wilderness (Exod 32; Deut ) and the calves erected by Jeroboam ben Nebat (1 Kgs ) at Dan and Bethel during his reign over the Northern.
Yet the Israelites’ preeminent sin, the making of the golden calf, is fundamentally a lack of obedience to this law code. For this author—known as the Elohist—the Covenant Collection is not one part of the law, or one law collection among others, but is the law collection, the only laws that YHWH ever gave to Israel.
However, the sin of the golden calf is one such motif for its role in Israel’s apostasy at Sinai (Exod 32), the “sin of Jeroboam” in making golden calves at Dan and Bethel (1 Kgs 12), and Hosea’s condemnation of the “calf of Samaria” (Hos ; cf. ; ). The Children of Israel, who thought that Moshe died, turned to Aaron and asked him to make another god for them.
According to the Bible, the golden calf (עֵגֶּל הַזָהָב ‘ēggel hazāhāv) was an idol (a cult image) made by the Israelites when Moses went up to Mount Hebrew, the incident is known as ḥēṭ’ ha‘ēggel (חֵטְא הַעֵגֶּל) or the Sin of the is first mentioned in Exodus.
According to the Sages, the sin offering that Aaron was required to bring during the dedication ceremony of the Tabernacle (Leviticus ) was meant to atone for his part in the sin of the Golden Calf.
Many commentators also struggle, as you do, with the fact that people fell into sin. Even though there are reasonable explanations for why Aaron and the people began to worship the golden calf, those explanations do not excuse the sin.
God certainly held the people accountable for their corruption (Exodus –10) and was ready to destroy them for their sin. Moses’ personal intercession on behalf of his people saved them. “Calf Book” is a web based application along with a mobile app to help livestock producers manage their cow/calf data.
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A deeper explanation of this Talmudic statement is given in chassidic teachings. At the time of the giving of the Torah, the Jews were spiritual giants, and they connected with G‑d from a position of spiritual greatness.
The Calf Episodes in Exodus and Deuteronomy: A Study in Inner-Biblical Interpretation The “Sin” of Jeroboam Do the Books of Hosea and Jeremiah Know of a Sinai/Horeb Golden Calf Story.
But why a calf. We may need to consult with Rashi for that explanation, but to the people of Israel at the time it was apparent: the calf would atone for the sin of the golden calf.
But Moses continued: And to the children of Israel, you shall speak, saying, “Take a he-goat as a sin offering ”2. What now.
Why a goat. Understanding the Golden Calf-Straight Talk on the Book of the Covenant vs The Book of the Law - Duration: Treasured Inheritance Ministry 5, views Chapter 2. The Sins of Jeroboam I and the Calves 1. The Sins of Jeroboam I and Calves 2.
The Deuteronomist and the Ulterior Motive behind the Polemic against the Calf Image Chapter 3. The Analysis of the Texts 1. Exodus 32 2. The Analysis of Dtn - 3. The Polemical Points Chapter 4: Hosea and the Calf Image : Exodus New International Version (NIV) The Golden Calf. 32 When the people saw that Moses was so long in coming down from the mountain, they gathered around Aaron and said, “Come, make us gods  who will go before us.
As for this fellow Moses who brought us up out of Egypt, we don’t know what has happened to him.” 2 Aaron answered them, “Take off the gold earrings that your. The Sin of the Golden Calf. Febru Febru SiteAdmin Hebrew, Judaism, Tanach, Theology. In chapter 32 of the Book of Exodus, there’s the famous story of the golden calf.
It has been the subject of countless sermons and interpretation. In fact, there have been so many interpretations of it that very few people are aware of. The Sin of the Golden Calf - When the people saw that Moses delayed in coming down from the mountain, they gathered around Aaron and said to him, “Get up, make us gods that will go before us.
As for this fellow Moses, the man who brought us up from the land of Egypt, we do not know what has become of him!” So Aaron said to them, “Break off the gold earrings that are on the ears of your. While pleading with God to forgive the Jews for the sin of the Golden Calf, Moshe says, “And now, if You will forgive their sin; and if not, please erase me from Your book, which You have written” (Shemot ).
In the end, God does forgive the Jews and Moshe’s name is not erased from the Chumash. What was the golden calf all about in the Book of Exodus. Why was this such a grievous sin. Idolatry. Idolatry can be described as the worship of a. GOLDEN CALF (Heb. עֵגֶל מַסֵּכָה, Ex.
; עֶגְלֵי זָהָב I Kings ), the golden image made by Aaron at the behest of the Israelites and venerated near Mount Sinai (Ex. 32). Exodus 32 relates that the Israelites, anxious about Moses' prolonged absence, demanded that *Aaron provide a god to lead them.Leviticus "And he said unto Aaron, Take thee a young calf for a sin offering, and a ram for a burnt offering, without blemish, and offer [them] before the LORD." In the presence of the people of Israel.
"Take thee a young calf for a sin offering": One not exceeding a year old (as in Lev. ).The Book of Exodus Chapter Chapter Overview: Here is, The sin of Israel, and Aaron particularly in making the golden calf, ver.
1 - 4. and worshipping it, ver. 5, 6. The notice which God gave of this to Moses, who was now in the mount with him, ver. 7, 8. and .