Book of Leviticus


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Book of Leviticus the third book of the Old Testament; contains Levitical law and ritual precedents
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In literature:

But the whole teaching and meaning of the book is exactly that of Exodus and Leviticus.
"The Gospel of the Pentateuch" by Charles Kingsley
Does not the Book of Leviticus ever lie open before thee?
"The Brook Kerith" by George Moore
Consider now the assumptions of the critics in the face of the claims of the book of Leviticus.
"The Testimony of the Bible Concerning the Assumptions of Destructive Criticism" by S. E. Wishard
Leviticus, Book of, v 4 n. 473, n. 476; v 5 n. 487; v 13 n. 516.
"Tacitus: The Histories, Volumes I and II" by Caius Cornelius Tacitus
The Hebrew priests are commanded in the Book of Leviticus, ch.
"Flowers from a Persian Garden and Other Papers" by W. A. Clouston
The book of Leviticus is immediately connected with that which precedes, and follows in the most natural order.
"Companion to the Bible" by E. P. Barrows
Glance over the book of Leviticus, also the latter part of Exodus, and the book of Numbers.
"Hebrew Life and Times" by Harold B. Hunting
Take up the book of Leviticus, and we find that it is the book of sacrifices.
"Moody's Anecdotes And Illustrations" by Dwight L. Moody
It takes the reader to his Book of Leviticus, and to its order of Atonement.
"Messages from the Epistle to the Hebrews" by Handley C.G. Moule
In the book of Leviticus we are led on a step further.
"Holy in Christ" by Andrew Murray
The book of Leviticus treats more particularly of the sacrifices, rites, and ceremonies of the priests and Levites.
"Mary, Help of Christians" by Various
When they come to Leviticus or Numbers, or any of the other books, they read it right through at one sitting.
"Pleasure & Profit in Bible Study" by Dwight Moody
And now, one word as to the order of the offerings, in the opening chapters of the book of Leviticus.
"Notes on the Book of Leviticus" by C. H. Mackintosh

In news:

Same-sex marriage and the book of Leviticus .
Indeed gallons of blood and whole herds of animals are spilled and sacrificed in the name of religion in the book of Leviticus – nothing could seem farther from spirituality than these ancient rites.