Feb 9 — Leviticus 11, 16 – 17

Lev 11 — Laws on Clean and Unclean Animals

Lev 16 — The Day of Atonement

Lev 17 — The Place of Sacrifice, Laws about Blood

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One Reply to “Feb 9 — Leviticus 11, 16 – 17”

  1. Having just read Lev 11, I wondered how a new believer would approach this Scripture, what kinds of questions would they ask? How about seasoned believers? Ok, how about me? So I googled “modern christian and leviticus” and found an interesting article from Christianity Today, July 2013.

    “God gave Israel his law in order to shape them into a society that would reflect God’s character and values in the midst of the nations—what we might call a missional motivation (Lev. 18:3–4; Deut. 4:6–8). The Israelites were to be distinctive by living in God’s way, the ways of personal integrity, economic and social justice, and community compassion. The law was not a set of arbitrary rules to keep God happy. It was a way of life, a way of being human, a culture in a particular time and place, to show what a redeemed people under God looks like.”

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