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Tent of Meeting
The tent where Moses met with the Lord in the wilderness.
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Tent of Meeting
Tent of Meeting. Designation for the tabernacle (Ex 28:43).See Tabernacle, Temple.
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Tabernacle (Jewish)
Tabernacle (Jewish), sometimes also called the ‘tent of meeting’. The portable shrine said to have been constructed under *Moses’ direction during the wilderness wanderings.The fullest account of its structure is contained in Exod. 25–31 and 35–40, where it is described as consisting of an inner shrine
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Tabernacle of Meeting
TABERNACLE OF MEETING — the tent that Moses pitched outside the camp before the Tabernacle was built (Ex. 33:7). After the tabernacle itself was built, it also was often called by this name (Ex. 38:8), signifying the meeting of God with His people. The phrase is also translated tabernacle of the congregation
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
TENT OF MEETING [אֹהֶל מוֹעֵדʾohel moʿedh]. Place of God’s communication with Moses. See TABERNACLE.
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