The Feast of Tabernacles was also called
The Feast of Ingathering, because in took place in the season of harvest The Feast of The Seventh Month, because in took place in the seventh month The Feast of Dedication, because Solomon dedicated the temple at this time The Feast of The Open Book, because people were taught the Law at this time The Feast of Illumination, because the temple was illuminated at this time
The Feast of The Outpouring Of The Waters, because they had a water pouring ceremony at this time. Each of these titles is also prophetic.
Hanukah is also called The Feast of Dedication and this is another source of confusion. The bible speaks of Jesus in temple during the Feast of Dedication, John 10:22, and some writers take that to mean Hanukah. Since Hanukah is not one of the festivals mentioned by Moses, I tend to think that the incident refers to tabernacles.
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