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The Tabernacle in the Wilderness, also known as the "Tabernacle" and the "Tabernacle of Moses," was a portable temple created by the biblical Israelites. God ordered Moses to build the Tabernacle during his revelation on... More »

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The Tabernacle of Moses was a tent-like structure that was a temporary place of worship for the Israelites, built from the time of Moses according to God's instructions. The Tabernacle has significant symbolism including... More »

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The Holy Land Experience in Orlando, Florida, features exhibits such as the Scriptorium Center for Biblical Studies and the Wilderness Tabernacle, shopping and dining at Esther?s Banquet Hall and the Jerusalem Marketplac... More »

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The Tabernacle of Moses was a tent-like structure that was a temporary place of worship for the Israelites, built from the time of Moses according to God's instructions. The Tabernacle has significant symbolism including... More »

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The layout of the Jewish Tabernacle, or Tabernacle of Moses, included a large courtyard that was 150 feet by 75 feet. It was surrounded by a 7-foot-high fence. Although a tabernacle can refer to any house of worship or r... More »

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Some of the major beliefs of Judaism include monotheism, or the concept that there is only one deity; belief in the Torah, the five books of Moses, as the word of God; and belief in an everlasting covenant, in which God ... More »

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The traditional view in Judaism and Christianity is that Moses wrote the Book of Leviticus along with the other four books that comprise the Torah and Old Testament: Genesis, Exodus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. The only exc... More »

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