Adoration 4 – Adoration in the Old Testament by Fr Thomas Dunton CSJ

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Adoration in the Old Testament is very concrete and is signified by a gesture, that of prostration or ‘bowing low’. This can be an act of honour to another person or as an act of adoration of God himself. Progressively it is revealed that Adoration is to be reserved to God alone and was materially expressed by the offering of a sacrifice and the building of an altar.

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