Jay Sklar on Teaching Leviticus

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Jay Sklar: You really can teach the book of Leviticus, although at first glance it seems so strange. My experience has been that that almost gives an advantage because people’s expectations are so... Read more

Answering the Bible critics who love to cite the laws in Leviticus

(Photo: Unsplash/Aaron Burden)There is an anti-Christian meme that just keeps resurfacing in discussion and debate. It is a clip about the Bible from the best TV series ever, The West Wing, and is often cited by Bible critics as though it were unanswerable. It's not. Let me break down the scene for you in case you haven't... Read more

Why Did God Kill Nadab and Abihu in Leviticus 10?

The priesthood looked promising for Nadab and Abihu. The holy God of Israel had personally set them apart to serve as priests (Ex. 28:1). Their family pedigree was rich and their preparation extensive (Lev. 810). They were dressed in fresh robes and sashes (Lev. 8:7). The turban on their heads held a golden plate boasting... Read more

Dont Let Your Bible Reading Plan Die in Leviticus

For many Christians, the five books of the Pentateuch are flyover countryespecially Leviticus. Written at least 3,000 years ago, it feels foreign to the modern reader. Page after page of detailed regulations about blood sacrifice, dietary laws, swift and violent judgments, and longwinded rules about how to cleanse a house from leprosy, make relating difficult.... Read more

Why Examine the Guide of Leviticus?

[ad_1] This text is a part of the Why Examine the Guide? collection. A Set of Blueprints When you've got bother mustering up the joy to learn via Leviticus, you aren't alone. In keeping with a latest survey by the Bible Society, Leviticus is the least favourite e-book for Bible readers all world wide. Nevertheless... Read more