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Leviticus chapter 11 opens with, The LORD spoke to Moses and Aaron, saying to them: Speak to the Israelite people thus: These are the creatures that you may eat from among all the land animals, and ends, These are the instructions concerning animals, birds, all living creatures that move in water, and all creatures that swarm on earth, for distinguishing between the unclean and the clean, between the living things that may be eaten and the living things that may not be eaten (Lev.
Coleman misinforms that Leviticus "justifies the use of slavery" and completely misses the foundational point that the Bible and Torah were written to broad audiences who find themselves trapped in slavery.
Going by Leviticus, we would need to bring back slavery and treat women like slaves.
Friedman, in his Commentary on the Torah, wrote: "Even if one takes that view of this commandment [that "re'akha" in Leviticus 19:18 means a fellow Israelite], one must acknowledge that in this same chapter there is also the commandment to love the alien, the foreigner [the "ger," "stranger"] as well (19:34).
And finally, the frequently quoted assertion in Leviticus that homosexuality is an abomination.
Yonkers-based Leviticus Alternative Fund provides financing for affordable housing, child care centers, and other community facilities in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
This means, among other things, that both Leviticus and Paul must be read through the life and lips and love of Jesus.
Yet Chan--who previously has paired such seemingly incongruous aesthetics and philosophies as those of Charles Fourier and Henry Darger--here added a blast of hellfire from the book of Leviticus and peopled his Beckettian stage with, among others, the digital likenesses of the late rapper Biggie Smalls and film-maker Pier Paolo Pasolini, twenty birds, and a bat.
The "abominations" in Leviticus (concerning issues as divergent as eating pork, engaging in intercourse during menstruation, and male-male sex) refer to acts which are "ceremonially unclean rather than inherently evil" (Boswell, 1980, 102).
Read the Book of Leviticus again, it's all in there, and it's all equally abominable before God.
The Mosaic Code has been much in the news lately, and the Book of Leviticus has replaced Harry Potter as the nation's bedtime reading.
The campaigner told the Synod that, according to the book of Leviticus, it was their duty to put him to death and he challenged them to do so.