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The Priestly Code (RQ) presupposes that unity, and transfers it, by means of the Tabernacle, to primitive times I.III.1.
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The historical books agree with JE; the prophets down to Ezekiel contradict RQ II.II.1.
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II.II.2. Material and ideal refinement of the offerings in RQ II.II.3.
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In RQ the feasts have lost their reference to harvest and the first fruits; and this essentially changes their nature III.III.2.
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The metamorphosis was due to the centralisation of worship, and may he traced down through Deuteronomy and Ezekiel to RQ, III.III.3.
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To the three festivals RQ adds the great day of atonement, which arose out of the fast-days of the exile III.IV.1.
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According to RQ the Levites never possessed the priestly right, but only the sons of Aaron IV.I.2.
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Consolidation of the spiritual tribe in RQ; separation of priests and Levites.
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The sacrificial dues raised in RQ V.I.2.
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The historical situation underlying the priestly pretensions in RQ B. HISTORY OF TRADITION.
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R cannnot be separated from RQ IX.III
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This rendering, which alone is supported by tradition, and which is very satisfactory, is confirmed by the Syriac, where the verb RQ( is frequent in the sense of _fortify_.
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The historical situation underlying the priestly pretensions in RQ B.
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Examples of Rq

Example #1
The tabernacle, as a central sanctuary and dwelling for the ark, can nowhere be found in the historical tradition I.III.2.
Example #2
Deuteronomy (D) demands local unity of worship I.II.3.
Example #3
To Whom, it is offered II.I.2.
Example #4
Preliminary remarks on the notion, contents, mode of offering, and propitiatory effects of sacrifice.
Example #5
The sacrificial meal gives way to holocausts II.II.4.