guilt offering

sacrifice of a ram brought to the altar when some holy thing has been desecrated (Lev. 5:14–6:7) and regarded as payment for damage inflicted. The offerer made confession of sin, but it was done privately. The priest retained the meat.

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  • Guilt offering — A guilt offering (Hebrew: asham sin, or ashamot plural sins ‎), also referred to as a trespass offering (KJV, 1611), is a type of Biblical sacrifice, specifically a sacrifice made as a compensation payment. It is distinct from the sin offering.… …   Wikipedia

  • guilt offering — noun Etymology: so called from allusion to Num 5 : an animal sacrifice made in ancient Israel in atonement for trespass against the property of God or man following full restitution of property plus one fifth called also trespass offering …   Useful english dictionary

  • guilt offering —  Искупительное жертвоприношение …   Вестминстерский словарь теологических терминов

  • offering, guilt — A private sacrifice of a ram to atone for an act of desecration (Lev. 5:15). It is not clear how this differed from the ‘sin offering’ …   Dictionary of the Bible

  • Sin offering — Part of a series of articles on Jews and Judaism …   Wikipedia

  • Dough offering — Part of Judaic series of articles on Priesthood in Judaism   …   Wikipedia

  • Gift offering — Part of Judaic series of articles on Priesthood in Judaism   …   Wikipedia

  • trespass offering — noun : guilt offering …   Useful english dictionary

  • Sin-offering —    (Heb. hattath), the law of, is given in detail in Lev. 4 6:13; 9:7 11, 22 24; 12:6 8; 15:2, 14, 25 30; 14:19, 31; Num. 6:10 14. On the day of Atonement it was made with special solemnity (Lev. 16:5, 11, 15). The blood was then carried into the …   Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • SACRIFICE — IN THE BIBLE In the Bible various verbs are used to designate the act of sacrifice. Two of them, שחט and טבח, are used for the slaughter of animals for both secular (cf. Gen. 43:16; Num. 11:22) and sacred purposes, while the verbs זבח (hence the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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