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Who Is Azazel?

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Who is Azazel?

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In the ceremonial Day of Atonement ritual, Leviticus 16 speaks of two goats. One goat, representing the Lord, was sacrificed as the sin offering. Whereas the other goat was for Azazel. Follow along to see who Azazel represents.

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  • jplhimself
    Mr. Alles, at about minute 8:20 of your message you state, "The Hebrew, however, conveys that the goat is driven or forced into the wilderness." I have looked carefully at several English language translations of Lev. 16 and do not find that the goat was "driven or forced." Scripture says only that it was "let go." (Lev. 16:10, 22 & 26) and "send him away" (Lev. 16:21). Where does the Hebrew convey the thought Azazel was "driven or forced"?
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