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Ohel Moed

The Non-Priestly Ohel Moed

Post-exilic scribes challenged priestly authority by supplementing the Tabernacle texts with a second Ohel Moed, Tent of Meeting, where Moses appoints the 70 elders. In contrast to the Priestly Tabernacle, any Israelite can go to this Tent of Meeting to speak with God. 

Dr.

Jaeyoung Jeon

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The Other Ohel Moed

Traditional and critical scholars agree that the Ohel Moed "Tent of Meeting" Moses erects in Exodus 33 is not the same as the Ohel Moed Tabernacle referenced in other biblical texts. But what is it?

Dr. Rabbi

Zev Farber

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