Several passages refer to keeping a feast as a statute forever. For instance, Exodus 12:14 reads: “This day shall be for you a memorial day, and you shall keep it as a feast to the Lord; ...
Leviticus 4-5 describes animal sacrifices. The chief priest had to bring a bull, while ordinary Israelites brought a female goat or lamb. Those who were too poor to afford a goat or sheep could offer ...
In Leviticus 1:11, the author of Leviticus states, and [he] must slaughter it on the north side of the altar before the Lord, and the sons of Aaron, the priests, will splash its blood against the ...
Leviticus 8:22 (ESV) reads: Then he presented the other ram, the ram of ordination, and Aaron and his sons laid their hands on the head of the ram. The Hebrew word here translated "ordination" ...
Leviticus 14 details the purification process after healing from the skin diseases described in Leviticus 13. 8 “The persons being purified must then wash their clothes, shave off all their hair, ...
the prohibition of orlah has been widely interpreted as an agricultural practice to cultivate the trees. but what is the meaning of verse 24 to make the fourth year crop holy and set them aside for ...