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Bore
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Bore
Bore [Heb. rāsa‘—‘pierce’]. According to the Book of the Covenant (Ex. 20:20–23:33) a slave whom his master had purchased was to be released after six years. Should he choose to remain in his master’s service a religious ceremony was necessary to ratify his decision (Ex. 21:6). Ancient Near Eastern
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
BORE
BORE<bor>: According to the Book of the Covenant (Exodus 20:20 through 23:33) a slave whom his master had purchased was to be released after six years. Should he choose to remain in his master’s service a religious ceremony was necessary to ratify his decision. “Then his master shall bring him
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Bore
BORE, bōr: According to the Book of the Covenant (Ex 20:20–23:33) a slave whom his master had purchased was to be released after six years. Should he choose to remain in his master’s service a religious ceremony was necessary to ratify his decision. “Then his master shall bring him unto God” (better