Leviticus 17 22

Leviticus was to early Israel what the Constitution was to the fledgeling United States. In Leviticus 17-22 world-class Bible scholar and rabbi Jacob Milgrom shows us what the law means and how it defines those who adhere to it.

Author: Jacob Milgrom

Publisher: Anchor Bible


Category: Religion

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Leviticus was to early Israel what the Constitution was to the fledgeling United States. In Leviticus 17-22 world-class Bible scholar and rabbi Jacob Milgrom shows us what the law means and how it defines those who adhere to it.


36. . Stewart thinks that this law parallels Exod 20:7 (Stewart, “Lev 19 as Mini-
Torah,” 316). 37. . For their similarities and differences, see Milgrom, Leviticus 17
22, 1635; Milgrom, Leviticus 1–16, 366–367. 38. . Milgrom, Leviticus 1722,

Author: Ming Him Ko

Publisher: Langham Publishing

ISBN: 1783684526

Category: Religion

Page: 274

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The Asia Bible Commentary Series empowers Christian believers in Asia to read the Bible from within their respective contexts. Holistic in its approach to the text, each exposition of the biblical books combines exegesis and application. The ultimate goal is to strengthen the Body of Christ in Asia by providing pastoral and contextual exposition of every book of the Bible. The book of Leviticus has a two-fold mission. Leviticus 1–16 symbolizes the order of the world through sacrifices, purity law, and sacred boundaries, so that God’s people can acknowledge his presence and lordship in their different aspects of life. The second part of the book, from Leviticus 17–27, extends the belief of holiness through moral laws of sex and social justice, so that God’s people can be holy, as he is holy. This commentary helps believers to integrate God’s holiness into their daily lifestyle with particular attention to Asian contexts.

Genesis Leviticus

Notes 3 – 7 The equation of the spilling of animal blood with the worship of
underworld deities occurs in Homer (Odyssey 11.24 – 26), in Mesopotamia, and
possibly at Ugarit (CAT 1.5V:4 – 6; Milgrom, Leviticus 1722, 1490–93). 4 – 6, 9
The ...

Author: Tremper Longman

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0310230829

Category: Religion

Page: 832

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This is a complete revision of the Gold Medallion-winning commentary series. It is up to date in its discussion of theological and critical issues and thoroughly evangelical in its viewpoint.

Genesis Leviticus

NOTES 3 – 7 The equation of the spilling of animal blood with the worship of
underworld deities occurs in Homer (Odyssey 11.24 – 26), in Mesopotamia, and
possibly at Ugarit (CAT 1.5V:4 – 6; Milgrom, Leviticus 1722, 1490–93). 4 – 6, 9
The ...


Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 0310590566

Category: Religion

Page: 832

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Continuing a Gold Medallion Award-winning legacy, this completely revised edition of The Expositor’s Bible Commentary series puts world-class biblical scholarship in your hands. Based on the original twelve-volume set that has become a staple in college and seminary libraries and pastors’ studies worldwide, this new thirteen-volume edition marshals the most current evangelical scholarship and resources.The thoroughly revised features consist of:• Comprehensive introductions• Short and precise bibliographies• Detailed outlines• Insightful expositions of passages and verses• Overviews of sections of Scripture to illuminate the big picture• Occasional reflections to give more detail on important issues• Notes on textual questions and special problems, placed close to the texts in question• Transliterations and translations of Hebrew and Greek words, enabling readers to understand even the more technical notes• A balanced and respectful approach toward marked differences of opinion

The Dangerous Duty of Rebuke Leviticus 19 17 in Early Jewish and Christian Interpretation

56 Milgrom, Leviticus 1722, 1648. Milgrom references Gesenius' discussion of
the functions of the infinitive absolute, however Gesenius himself does not list our
case (see GKC, 355– 58 (§113p)). 57 Milgrom, Leviticus 1722, 1648. 58 It is ...

Author: Matthew S. Goldstone

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004376550

Category: Religion

Page: 296

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In The Dangerous Duty of Rebuke Matthew Goldstone explores the ways religious leaders in early Jewish and Christian communities conceived of the obligation to rebuke based upon the biblical verse: “Rebuke your fellow but do not incur sin” (Leviticus 19:17).

Illuminating Leviticus

The lawgiver generalizes when he goes on to use the term qodešim , “ holy
things , ” in verse 12 , which makes it all the more likely that qodeš is not a
collective noun . See Milgrom , Leviticus 1722 , AB 3A ( New York , 2000 ) ,
1861 ; Erhard ...

Author: Calum Carmichael

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 9780801885006

Category: History

Page: 212

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Leviticus Leviticus 17 22

Author: Jacob Milgrom


ISBN: 9780385412551

Category: Bible


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Jewish Spaces

... A History of the Mishnaic Law of Purities , 22 Vol . , Leiden 1974-1977 , und
Map Without Territory : Mishnah's System ... Philadelphia 1990 ; Leviticus 1-16 (
Anchor Bible ) , New York 1998 ; Leviticus 17-22 ( Anchor Bible ) , New York
2000 ...

Author: Petra Ernst



Category: Jews

Page: 277

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Alter Orient und Altes Testament

... 475 - 477 Milgrom , J . , Prolegomenon to Lev 17 : 11 , in : ders . , Studies in
Cultic Theology and Terminology , Studies in Judaism in Late Antiquity 36 ,
Leiden 1983 , 96 - 103 ... 1991 Milgrom , J . Leviticus 17 - 22 , AncB 3 / 2 New
York u . a .




Category: Middle East


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Hebrew Union College Annual

The three capital crimes of which Ezekiel accuses Those Who Remained and the
question 17 77877 allude to the Holiness ... Studies in the Priestly Code (
Jerusalem : Magnes Press , 1999 ) 222-37 ; Milgrom , Leviticus 17-22 , 1571-78 .

Author: Hebrew Union College



Category: Bible


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The Jewish Bible Quarterly

14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 THE TRIENNIAL BIBLE READING
CALENDAR # : DEDICATED TO THE ... Leviticus 1:1-3:17 Leviticus 4:1–6:11 Dec
1994 Leviticus 6:12–7:35 Leviticus 8:1-9:7 Leviticus 9:8-10:20 Leviticus ...




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Israel Holy to Jehovah

When God set the world that now is after the flood on the new condition of responsible government in man's hand, it was preceded by sacrifice; and the sweet savour was so acceptable, that Jehovah said in His heart, I will not again curse ...

Author: William Kelly

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781514613931


Page: 76

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When God set the world that now is after the flood on the new condition of responsible government in man's hand, it was preceded by sacrifice; and the sweet savour was so acceptable, that Jehovah said in His heart, I will not again curse the ground any more for man's sake, for the thought of man's heart is evil from his youth. The very evil of man is the occasion of grace shown by Him, the unchanging God, Who used man's evil to bring out what He is in Himself, and is therefore incomprehensible save to faith. God thereon laid down that life belonged to God, and that man was bound to own His claim by not eating the blood. This principle was acknowledged by the apostles, elders, and brethren in Jerusalem, at the very assembly which vindicated the liberty of Gentile believers, but insisted on the restriction under Noah. Here however it is not God dealing with man, but Jehovah instructing His priests and people in their peculiar relationship to Himself. It is the thing which Jehovah commanded every man of the house of Israel and no others; and it is here imposed on their wilderness estate. Whoever there slaughtered an animal for food without the camp must bring it to the entrance of the tent of meeting to offer it as an offering to Jehovah before His tabernacle. If not, blood was imputed to him; and because he shed blood without thus acknowledging Jehovah, his own life was forfeited: "that man shall be cut off from his people." It was an abandonment of Jehovah, and a denial of the ground on which he stood before Him. If he partook of animal food, he was bound to own, what the Gentiles that know not God had forgotten, that life belonged to Jehovah; He demanded the confession of the truth every time one took an animal's flesh for his food. Nor this only; but as He enjoined, solemnly before His tabernacle. Though for food, it was their duty to bring such to Jehovah and the priest as sacrifices; not of course as a sin-offering, but as expressive of communion with Him, sacrifices of peace-offerings to Jehovah.

Decolonizing God

Milgrom , Leviticus 1722 , p . 1820 , curiously resists Joosten ' s conclusion
without sufficient argument . On pp . 1805 – 1806 , Milgrom indicates that the
prohibition of intermarriage in Lev . 21 . 14 applies only to the high priest , and
not even ...

Author: Mark G. Brett

Publisher: Sheffield Phoenix Press Limited


Category: Religion

Page: 237

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For centuries, the Bible has been used by colonial powers to undergird their imperial designs--an ironic situation when so much of the Bible was conceived by way of resistance to empires. In this thoughtful book, Mark Brett draws upon his experience of the colonial heritage in Australia to identify a remarkable range of areas where God needs to be decolonized--freed from the bonds of the colonial. Writing in a context where landmark legal cases have ruled that Indigenous (Aboriginal) rights have been 'washed away by the tide of history', Brett re-examines land rights in the biblical traditions, Deuteronomy's genocidal imagination, and other key topics in both the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament where the effects of colonialism can be traced. Drawing out the implications for theology and ethics, this book provides a comprehensive new proposal for addressing the legacies of colonialism. A ground-breaking work of scholarship that makes a major intervention into post-colonial studies. This book confirms the relevance of post-colonial theory to biblical scholarship and provides an exciting and original approach to biblical interpretation. Bill Ashcroft, University of Hong Kong and University of New South Wales; author of The Empire Writes Back: Theory and Practice in Post-Colonial Literatures (2002). Acutely sensitive to the historical as well as theological complexity of the Bible, Mark Brett's Decolonizing God brilliantly demonstrates the value of a critical assessment of the Bible as a tool for rethinking contemporary possibilities. The contribution of this book to ethical and theological discourse in a global perspective and to a politics of hope is immense. Tamara C. Eskenazi, Hebrew Union College, Los Angeles; editor of The Torah: A Women's Commentary (2007).

Body and Character in Luke and Acts

Milgrom , Leviticus 1722 , 1876 , argues on this basis that the priestly
blemishes derived from the list of animal blemishes , since in the case of the latter
a " crushed testicle ” would be readily observable . He reverses an earlier opinion
and ...

Author: Mikeal Carl Parsons



Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 191

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This scholarly but accessible study examines the relationship between physical appearance and moral character.

The Commentary of Abraham Ibn Ezra on the Pentateuch Leviticus

Leviticus Chapter 16 , Verse 29 : cited in Leviticus 17 : 15 ( Page 89 ) Leviticus
Chapter 16 , Verse 31 : cited in Leviticus 25 ... Verse 13 : cited in Leviticus 20 : 19
( Page 114 ) Leviticus Chapter 18 , Verse 19 : cited in Leviticus 18 : 22 ( Page 96
) ...

Author: Abraham ben Meïr Ibn Ezra

Publisher: Ktav Pub Incorporated


Category: Religion

Page: 191

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Poet, Biblical commentator, grammarian, astronomer, mathematician--Abraham ibn Ezra was one of the most remarkable men of his time and one of the relatively few whose works have become the heritage of all those who wish to understand the Hebrew Bible properly. Ibn Ezra combined a passion for the plain sense of the verse with a reverence for the Rabbis as transmitters of reliable tradition. His most widely used works are his commentaries on the Torah, which are admired for their depth and penetration into the mysteries of the Hebrew language, the text of the Torah and the meaning of the mitzvot. Because of their many-faceted character and elusive language, his commentaries are often difficult to understand in their original Hebrew, and have thus inspired many super-commentaries. Here for the first time is an English translation of ibn Ezra's commentary on the Book of Leviticus, and the Book of Deuteronomy based on those super-commentaries, in a style which is both faithful to the original and yet enables those who wish to fathom his meaning to do so. An English rendering of Leviticus and Deuteronomy appears at the top of each page; the bottom of each page contains the translation of ibn Ezra's commentary. This volume includes and Appendix of astronomical units, and indices of Biblical and Talmudic references.

Improving Your Quiet Time

Leviticus 7 Leviticus 8 Acts 19 : 1 - 20 Acts 19 : 21 - 41 Leviticus 9 , 10 Leviticus
11 Acts 20 : 1 - 16 Acts 20 : 17 - 38 Leviticus 12 Leviticus 13 Acts 21 : 1 - 17 Acts
21 : 18 - 40 Leviticus 14 , 15 Leviticus 16 Acts 22 Acts 23 : 1 - 15 Leviticus 17 ...

Author: Simon J. Robinson

Publisher: Dayone C/O Grace Books

ISBN: 9780902548893

Category: Religion

Page: 144

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Here is good advice which will encourage those who are struggling, with ideas for personal study plans

A Severe Mercy

Philadelphia : Jewish Publication Society . 1991 Leviticus 1–16 : A New
Translation with Introduction and Commentary . AB 3 . New York : Doubleday .
1996 Further on the Expiatory Sacrifices . JBL 115 : 511-14 . 2000 Leviticus 17-
22 : A New ...

Author: Mark J. Boda

Publisher: Eisenbrauns


Category: History

Page: 622

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The biblical-theological approach Boda takes in this work is canonical-thematic, tracing the presentation of the theology of sin and its remedy in the canonical form and shape of the Old Testament. The hermeneutical foundations for this enterprise have been laid by others in past decades, especially by Brevard Childs in his groundbreaking work. But A Severe Mercy also reflects recent approaches to integrating biblical understanding with other methodologies in addition to Childs's. Thus, it enters the imaginative space of the ancient canon of the Old Testament in order to highlight the "word views" and "literary shapes" of the "texts taken individually and as a whole collection." For the literary shape of the individual texts, it places the "word views" of the dominant expressions and images, as well as various passages, in the larger context of the biblical books in which they are found. For the literary shape of the texts as a collection, it identifies key subthemes and traces their development through the Old Testament canon. The breadth of Boda's study is both challenging and courageous, resulting in the first comprehensive examination of the topic in the 21st century.

God s Word for Our World Vol 2

721 ; 976 ; Leviticus 1722 , pp . 1397 ; 1364 ; 1711-26 ; and “ The Changing
Concept of Holiness in the Pentateuchal Codes with Emphasis on Leviticus 19 ' ,
in John F.A. Sawyer ( ed . ) , Reading Leviticus : A Conversation with Mary
Douglas ...

Author: Simon John De Vries

Publisher: Continuum


Category: Religion

Page: 316

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This two-volume work in biblical studies is a commemorative presentation to Simon John DeVries, noted Old Testament Scholar. Volume two encompasses the worldviews of the Bible for Jews and Christians, the Holiness of God, Psalms in LXX, similarities in ancient Near Eastern narrative and Hebrew Bible, the Bible in the cultural settings of ancient Rome, Middle Ages, Oriental theologies, and contemporary cultural imperatives, and the function of biblical metaphors.

Studies in the Hebrew Bible Qumran and the Septuagint Presented to Eugene Ulrich

21 89 72 281 , 295 ( x2 ) 93 65 Leviticus Leviticus 7 : 31 - 32 8 : 11 9 : 21
Leviticus 11 15 : 5 Leviticus 16 16 : 8 16 : 10 16 : 21 - 22 16 : 22 Leviticus 17 - 26
18 : 22 Leviticus 19 20 : 13 22 : 16 22 : 14 - 16 25 : 2 - 7 303 , 411 , 412 860 . 6 89
, 24n .

Author: Eugene Charles Ulrich

Publisher: Supplements to Vetus Testament


Category: Religion

Page: 460

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With contributions by many of his colleagues and former students, this volume pays homage to Eugene Ulrich, Chief Editor of the Cave 4 Biblical Scrolls and a foremost expert on the Biblical Scrolls, the Canon of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, and the Septuagint. In line with Professor Ulrich s areas of scholarship and interest, the almost 30 essays are grouped in three main sections: The Hebrew Bible/Old Testament (including the Biblical Scrolls from the Judaean Desert); Qumran and the Non-Biblical Scrolls from the Judaean Desert; and the Septuagint and Other Ancient Versions. The volume includes a tribute to Eugene Ulrich and ends with a cumulative bibliography and several useful indices.

Queering Christ

22 : 5 ) . The priestly Holiness Code reflects the creation theology of Genesis 1:27
, where God created male and ... See Milgrom's expanded argument in Leviticus
1722 : A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary ( New York ...

Author: Robert Goss



Category: Religion

Page: 263

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Many aspects of the work are guaranteed to be highly controversial within and outside of the LGBT community."--BOOK JACKET.