(Posted by Paige)
We’re working in Hebrews 9 now in my Bible study, and I have been struck afresh by the unique priestly role that Moses has in Israel’s history. I’m wondering if any of you have remarked on this unique priesthood or taught or read about it. I’d benefit from your observations about its features and redemptive-historical significance. Would it be fair to say that Moses’ priestly work of intercession, mediation, & consecration (esp. Ex. 19-20, 24, 29, 33-34) is something of a cross or a bridge between the patriarchal priestly roles and Aaron’s high priestly line? It’s fascinating to me that when we think of Israel’s first priest we think of Aaron — but Moses was the priest who installed him!
Thanks in advance for your thoughtful ideas.