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II. The Bronze Serpent - Kirchenkampf* - Exodus

   28.04.2020  7 Comments

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  1. 2) Why would God tell Moses to cast the bronze serpent in the first place since it is clearly and idol and God said: “Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath ” (Exodus ).
  2. Jan 02,  · The next reference we find in the Bible to this serpent is in John Jesus indicated that this bronze serpent was a foreshadowing of Him. The serpent, a symbol of sin and judgment, was lifted up from the earth and put on a tree, which was a symbol of a curse (Galatians ).
  3. II. THE BRONZE SERPENT (Numbers ) The congregation left Mt. Hor heading southward, toward the Red Sea. However they soon turned east in order to circle around the land of Edom. This was a long, out-of-the way journey and the people became impatient. As always, they began to complain.
  4. May 29,  · The Bronze Serpent The Curse/Cure Paradox. Erich Fromm [], in his highly acclaimed work Psychoanalysis and Religion, which is rather fascinating reading, by the way, astutely observed, "Religion is any system of thought and action shared by a group which gives the individual a frame of orientation and an object of devotion." When.
  5. In Numbers , Moses makes a bronze serpent on a stick to heal the Hebrews' snake bites, as per God's instructions. They don't worship it, but they are to look at it in order to live. Isn't this sort of like an idol, or a graven image? Or could it be a reference to something learned from Egypt, like possible Hermetic disciplines?
  6. Oct 05,  · “So Moses made a bronze serpent, and put it on a pole; and so it was, if a serpent had bitten anyone, when he looked on the bronze serpent he lived.” Num “And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him.” John 3: 14,
  7. Old Testament Interpretation II: Urim and Thummim, the Bronze Serpent, the Ark, et al.: Questions about a variety of Old Testament topics, including the urim and thummin of the ephod, the bronze serpent on the pole, the ark and the cherubim, the name Ichabod, Samson, the book of Judges, Elijah's tribe, David's census and the serpent of Genesis chapter three.

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