Symbols of Sacrifice

Each weekly presentation builds a growing reminder of Christ's sacrifice for the congregation. This series offers a list of symbols and explanation of the symbols. These are provided for the Sundays of Lent and Easter Sunday.

Author: Richard J. Hull

Publisher: CSS Publishing

ISBN: 9781556732812

Category: Religion

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The sacrificial life of Christ is a major focus of Lent. "Symbols Of Sacrifice" provides congregations with opportunities to create visual worship aids representing Christ's life during worship. Each weekly presentation builds a growing reminder of Christ's sacrifice for the congregation. This series offers a list of symbols and explanation of the symbols. These are provided for the Sundays of Lent and Easter Sunday. Symbols are: - Ashes - Sponge and stick - Lance - Bread and cup - Whip - Dice - Linen cloth Richard J. Hull, II is pastor of the West Street Christian Church, Tipton, Indiana. He is a member of the board of directors of The Division of Overseas Ministry of The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). He is a graduate of Bethany College (West Virginia), Yale Divinity School, and has studied at Christian Theological Seminary.
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Symbols of Sacrifice Year 3 Lenten Congregational Resources

Introduction The Lenten season provides the congregation an opportunity to lift up the sacrificial life of Jesus Christ. In so doing, the sacrificial ... In our congregation we do this through presentations of symbols of sacrifice.

Author: Richard J. Hull

Publisher: CSS Publishing

ISBN: 9781556735134

Category: Religion

Page: 30

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The sacrificial life of Christ is a major focus of Lent. "Symbols Of Sacrifice" provides the congregations with opportunities to create visual worship aids representing Christ's life during worship. Each weekly presentation builds a growing reminder of Christ's sacrifice for the congregation. This series offers a list of symbols and explanation of the symbols. These are provided for the Sundays of Lent and Easter Sunday. Symbols are: - Sandals - Money - A grain of wheat - A white robe - A globe of the world - A lantern - A cloak This is one book in a three-part series of "Symbols Of Sacrifices." Other books in this series are Year 1 and Year 2. Richard J. Hull, II is pastor of the West Street Christian Church, Tipton, Indiana. He is a member of the board of directors of The Division of Overseas Ministry of The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). He is a graduate of Bethany College (West Virginia), Yale Divinity School, and has studied at Christian Theological Seminary.
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Symbols of Sacrifice Year 2 Lenten Congregational Resources

Introduction The Lenten season provides the congregation an opportunity to lift up the sacrificial life of Jesus Christ. In so doing, the sacrificial ... In our congregation we do this through presentations of symbols of sacrifice.

Author: Richard J. Hull

Publisher: CSS Publishing

ISBN: 9781556733840

Category: Religion

Page: 30

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Pearl Harbor

This series introduces important U.S. symbols and their locations, exploring the history and significance of each in language that early readers can understand.

Author: K.A. Robertson

Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing

ISBN: 9781731606587

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 16

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Pearl Harbor is an important symbol of sacrifice in the United States. Let’s go visit! Visiting U.S. Symbols: Independence Hall invites young readers in prekindergarten to grade 1 to explore the history and significance of this important American symbol. This series introduces important U.S. symbols and their locations, exploring the history and significance of each in language that early readers can understand. Each book includes vibrant photos, glossary word callouts to matching images, and comprehension questions to engage the reader.
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Symbols Shadows

This singular volume presents a tapestry of symbols and foreshadowings of the Atonement.

Author: Donald W. Parry

Publisher: Deseret Book

ISBN: 1606411292

Category: Atonement

Page: 378

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This singular volume presents a tapestry of symbols and foreshadowings of the Atonement. And as we study the symbols, we can learn deep truths about Jesus Christ and his mission and increase our desire to become like God. Symbols and Shadows is a unique book that oAnalyzes the many symbols of the Atonement - some familiar, some unexpected - and encourages us to look deeper into the scriptures. oDiscusses why Jesus Christ was uniquely qualified to be the Atoner. oExamines the fulfillment of the Atonement in Christ's mortal life and sacrifice. oDetails the multitude of symbols and shadows in the scriptures that testify of the infinite atonement and the blessings of God's grace. This remarkable book will bring you closer to the Savior, enabling you to more fully partake of all that he offers, especially the greatest of all heavenly gifts: his infinite Atonement.
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Symbols

This book first published in 1973 offers a broad survey of the study of symbolic ideas and behaviour.

Author: Raymond Firth

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780415694667

Category: Social Science

Page: 468

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This book first published in 1973 offers a broad survey of the study of symbolic ideas and behaviour. The study of symbolism is popular nowadays and anthropologists have made substantial contributions to it. Raymond Firth has long been internationally known for his field research in the Solomons and Malaysia, and for his theoretical work on kinship, economics and religion. Here from a new angle, he has produced a broad survey of the study of symbolic ideas and behaviour. Professor Firth examines definitions of symbol. He traces the history of scientific inquiry into the symbolism of religious cults, mythology and dreams back into the eighteenth century. He compares some modern approaches to symbolism in art, literature and philosophy with those in social anthropology. He then cites examples in anthropological treatment of symbolic material from cultures of varying sophistication. Finally he offers dispassionate analyses of symbols used in contemporary Western situations - from hair-styles to the use and abuse of national flags; from cults of Black Jesus to the Eucharistic rite. In all this Professor Firth combines social and political topicality with a scholarly and provocative theoretical inquiry.
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The A to Z Guide to Bible Signs and Symbols

In Joshua 22 Reuben, Gad, and thehalf tribe of Manasseh built an altareast of theJordan River with no intentionto use it for sacrifices but as a symbol of solidarity with the rest of Israel.

Author: Neil Wilson

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 9781441221889

Category: Religion

Page: 288

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How might our understanding of God's Word be deepened if we recognized the significance of the signs and symbols found within its pages--signs that would have been obvious to the original readers? From the tree of life to Noah's ark, from circumcision to animal sacrifice. From the feasts, the Passover lamb, and the manna in the wilderness to the furniture in the tabernacle and the visions of prophets. From the Lord's Supper to baptism and from the cross to the empty tomb. Throughout the Scriptures, signs and symbols weave a consistent message of God's presence, grace, and faithfulness. This illustrated resource will help readers understand key biblical images that reveal God's purposes and truth. Each entry includes multiple illustrations, explanations, and key Bible passages. Sidebars, quotes, and photos make this guide approachable and engaging.
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Dissertation Abstracts International

Chair: Henry B. Nicholson Order Number DA9126917 Blood sacrifice myths and rituals, with their associated symbols, are compared in global and in historic Mesoamerican contexts in order to interpret the prehistoric iconographic and ...

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ISBN: UVA:X004282412

Category: Dissertations, Academic

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Symbols of Transformation

LXIIIa; solar, 101, 157; source of life and libido, 97; symbol of creative divinity, 126 Phanes, 137; in the egg, pl. ... 275n,289, 298n power: of God,57;magic, assimilation of, 339n; and sex instincts, 66; symbol of sacrifice of, 412; ...

Author: C.G. Jung

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317540441

Category: Psychology

Page: 664

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In 1911 Jung published a book of which he says: '...it laid down a programme to be followed for the next few decades of my life.' It was vastly erudite and covered innumerable fields of study: psychiatry, psychoanalysis, ethnology and comparitive religion amongst others. In due course it became a standard work and was translated into French, Dutch and Italian as well as English, in which language it was given the well-known but somewhat misleading title of The Psychology of the Unconscious. In the Foreword to the present revised edition which first appeared in 1956, Jung says: '...it was the explosion of all those psychic contents which could find no room, no breathing space, in the constricting atmosphere of Freudian psychology... It was an attempt, only partially successful, to create a wider setting for medical psychology and to bring the whole of the psychic phenomena within its purview.' For this edition, appearing ten years after the first, bibliographical citations and entries have been revised in the light of subsequent publications in the Collected Works and in the standard edition of Freud's works, some translations have been substituted in quotations, and other essential corrections have been made, but there have been no changes of substance in the text.
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King Manasseh and Child Sacrifice

35 Given this strong association with the sacrificial precincts, each symbol will be described and interpreted briefly. The most frequently attested of motifs within the sacrificial symbolsystem of the Phoenician-Punic sanctuaries, ...

Author: Francesca Stavrakopoulou

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110899641

Category: Religion

Page: 420

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The Hebrew Bible portrays King Manasseh and child sacrifice as the most reprehensible person and the most objectionable practice within the story of 'Israel'. This monograph suggests that historically, neither were as deviant as the Hebrew Bible appears to insist. Through careful historical reconstruction, it is argued that Manasseh was one of Judah's most successful monarchs, and child sacrifice played a central role in ancient Judahite religious practice. The biblical writers, motivated by ideological concerns, have thus deliberately distorted the truth about Manasseh and child sacrifice.
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