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Leviticus is still God s laws. Especially the food law...…………………..?

His holy people and to worship him in a holy manner. Holiness in this sense means to be separated from sin and set apart exclusively to the Lord for his purpose and for his glory. Perfect animals for its many sacrifices (chs. 1 - 7)

Sores, burns or baldness (chs. 13 - 14); a man s bodily discharge (15:1-18); specific activities during a woman s monthly period (15:19-33)

Such people can return to the camp (and therefore to God s presence)

Israel was the earthly representation of God s kingdom.

They were to be controlled by the priests, who by care and instruction would preserve them in purity and carefully teach their meaning to the people.

Lord s covenant relationship with Israel.

Superficial resemblances to pagan sacrifices, restitution.

several categories:

I. The Five Main Offerings (chs. 1-7)

A. The Burnt Offering (ch. 1)

B. The Grain Offering (ch. 2)

C. The Fellowship Offering (ch. 3)

D. The Sin Offering (4:1;5:13)

E. The Guilt Offering (5:14;6:7)

F. Additional Regulations for the Offerings (6:8;7:38)

II. The Installation and Ministry of Aaron and His Sons (chs. 8-10)

. The Ordination of Aaron and His Sons (ch. 8)

A. The Ministry of the Priests (ch. 9)

B. The Death of Nadab and Abihu and Attendant Regulations (ch. 10)

III. The Distinction Between Clean and Unclean (chs. 11-15)

. Clean and Unclean Food (ch. 11)

A. Purification After Childbirth (ch. 12)

B. Regulations for Skin Diseases (13:1-46)

C. Regulations for Mildew (13:47-59)

D. Cleansing from Skin Diseases (14:1-32)

E. Cleansing from Mildew (14:33-57)

F. Discharges That Cause Uncleanness (ch. 15)

IV. The Annual Day of Atonement (ch. 16)

V. Holy Living (chs. 17-26)

. Eating Blood Prohibited (ch. 17)

A. Unlawful Sexual Relations (ch. 18)

B. Various Laws for Holy Living (ch. 19)

C. Punishments for Sin (ch. 20)

D. Regulations for Priests (21:1;22:16)

E. Acceptable and Unacceptable Sacrifices (22:17-33)

F. The Annual Feasts (ch. 23)

G. Rules for Oil and Bread in the Tabernacle (24:1-9)

H. Punishment for Blasphemy (24:10-23)

I. The Sabbath and Jubilee Years (ch. 25)

J. Covenant Blessings and Curses (ch. 26)

VI. Regulations for Offerings Vowed to the Lord (ch. 27)

Books of the Bible, Leviticus. This is still God’s laws.


It's still the law. Even Vegetarian is ok. It's also God's law.

13 Answers

  • Hogie
    Lv 7
    1 month ago
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    It was a law from God, with Moses the mediator. Jesus attributes that law to Moses. It was a covenant law, with the legal parties being God and those Hebrews, and no others. It ended, legally, upon the death of the party of the first part. 

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    • Hogie
      Lv 7
      1 month agoReport

      It was "a" law for the Hebrews; a stiff-necked, rebellious, and faithless people. If you are such, then that law is for you.

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  • 1 month ago

    Actually, no, it is not. The Gospel is the New Covenant prophesied in the Tanakh.

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  • Only for those of The Nation of Israel... the Jews..... those of The Body of God's Church are not bound by the restrictions given only to The Nation of Israel......... there are no dietary restrictions in God's instruction to The Church..... and absolutely no blood sacrifices....

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  • Otto
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

     The Bible tells us, that we Christians are no more under the Mosaic law.

    Study the Bible and find the truth !

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  • 1 month ago

    Yes, they were God's laws, but only for the ancient Israelites as part of a covenant they agreed to (Ex 19:3-8).  They NEVER were laws for any Gentiles.

    That's why it was a capital crime for an Israelite to worship an idol, but God overlooked that with the Gentiles (Ac 17:29-30).  Also for example, an ancient Egyptian could eat a catfish he caught in the Nile River, but an Israelite could not.

    The Gentiles were still under a law, but it was a "law of nature" (Rom 2:14).  For example, you don't have to go to law school to know that stealing is wrong.

    BTW, Jesus declared all foods clean (Mk 7:19), so enjoy that BLT.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Laughiticus is con men BS. Probably the most hilarious of all the BS in the Buy-Bull. 

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  • Romans 8:8 Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, 2 because through Christ Jesus the law of the Spirit who gives life has set you[a] free from the law of sin and death. 3 For what the law was powerless to do because it was weakened by the flesh,[b] God did by sending his own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh to be a sin offering.[c] And so he condemned sin in the flesh, 4 in order that the righteous requirement of the law might be fully met in us, who do not live according to the flesh but according to the Spirit.

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  • 1 month ago

    The dietary laws were in effect until Mark 7:19, "Thus purifying all foods."

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Who cares about a worthless food law that is all about avoiding pork since pork tear up the little vegitation they had in the desert.  It's not applicable to Eurasians since we don't descend from the desert.

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  • 1 month ago

    Your stupid if you don't follow these laws. Even Satan and the demons should follow this.

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