Shiloh

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Shiloh, Shilo, or Silo (Hebrew: שילה‎; Latin: Silo) is a Hebrew word meaning "place of peace" and is mainly known as the name of the biblical city which preceded Jerusalem as the central worship site of the early Israelites. One Bible line might indicate that it was also used as the personal name of a biblical figure, it may refer to:

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  • Machon Shilo ("Shiloh Institute"), Jerusalem, Israel, rabbinical court and institute of Jewish education headed by rabbi David Bar-Hayim
  • Shiloh, a farm and retreat site associated with The Living Word Fellowship, a group of Christian churches
  • Shiloh, the informal name of "The Kingdom", a Christian sect founded by Frank Sandford

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