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Question regarding the day of atonement

Discussion in 'Controversial Christian Theology' started by Ephfourfive, Jan 14, 2021.

  1. Ephfourfive

    Ephfourfive Member

    United States
    Is it true that once a year the high priest would enter the holy of holies to sprinkle the blood of the lamb on the ark of the covenant and then on the people?
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  2. tall73

    tall73 Sophia7's husband Supporter

    You may be combining elements from two different services.

    The Day of Atonement did involve taking of blood into the sanctuary, and sprinkling on the mercy seat, though the animal in that case was not a lamb. You can read about it in Leviticus 16.

    The sprinkling of the people with blood happened during the affirmation of the covenant, recorded in Exodus 24.