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Question About The Tabernacle


Duncan

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So, how long was the Tabernacle that the ancient Israelites used in existence for? It's the one that they they had when they got out of Egypt and housed the Ark of the Covenant

Several hundred years later, David the king, worshiped there (in Shiloh), and moved it to Jerusalem after he'd captured the city. (He lost a wife, Saul's daughter, over the incident. It was probably moved into one of the small rooms around the outside of the Temple after Solomon built it.)

I don't feel like looking up the time line, but it was at least 200 years, probably 400, as I recall the chronology.

Lehi

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The chronology in the LDS Bible Dictionary is less than helpful in regard to this question. Depending on the chronology used, there is somewhere between 250 to 600 years between Moses and Solomon. A goodly part of the difference (but definitely not all) is due to whether or not one subscribes to the early date (1446 BCE) or late date (1275 BCE) theory of the Exodus.

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The chronology in the LDS Bible Dictionary is less than helpful in regard to this question. Depending on the chronology used, there is somewhere between 250 to 600 years between Moses and Solomon. A goodly part of the difference (but definitely not all) is due to whether or not one subscribes to the early date (1446 BCE) or late date (1275 BCE) theory of the Exodus.

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