The Book of Leviticus in the Jewish Tradition

The Book of Leviticus in the Jewish Tradition

by Gotthard Deutsch

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The Book of Leviticus in the Jewish tradition, including the following topics:
Latest Stratum of Pentateuch.
—Critical View:
Chapters viii.-x.: Narratives.
Ch. i.-vii.: Laws of Offerings.
Ch. xi.: Clean and Unclean Animals.
Ch. xiii. and xiv.: Laws of Leprosy.
Ch. xvi.: The Day of Atonement.
Ch. xvii.-xxvi.: The Holiness Code.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150596740
Publisher: Franklin Religious Publishing
Publication date: 09/13/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 15 KB

About the Author

Although a biblical scholar, Deutsch is also known for his two novels and works on history and language. One of the world's greatest Jewish scholars, Deutsch possessed a knack for memorizing facts, biblical scriptures, secular literature, and world history. He also wrote in several languages, including Hebrew, Yiddish, German, French, and English. Above all, however, Deutsch's gentlemanly traits separated and lifted him above the mundane.

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