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Leviticus

Author: N Kiuchi
Publisher: Nottingham, England : Apollos ; Downers Grove, Ill. : InterVarsity Press, 2007.
Series: Apollos Old Testament commentary, 3.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In this commentary, Nobuyoshi Kiuchi offers discussion of the theology and symbolism of Leviticus. He argues that its laws present an exceedingly high standard, arising from divine holiness, and the giving of these laws to the Israelites is intended to make them aware of their sinfulness, lead them to hopelessness, and ultimately to destroy their egocentric nature.
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: N Kiuchi
ISBN: 9780830825035 0830825037 9781844741779 184474177X
OCLC Number: 77494452
Description: 538 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
1. The Name of the book --
2. The Setting of Leviticus --
3. The Modern study of Leviticus and its authorship --
4. The Structure of Leviticus --
4.1. Chapters 1-7 --
4.2. Chapters 8-16 --
4.3. Chapters 17-22 --
4.4. Chapters 23-26 (27) --
4.5. Commandments and related terms --
5. Some distinctive features of Leviticus --
5.1. Style --
5.2. Content --
6. Ritual as symbolic --
7. Some key themes in Leviticus --
7.1. Fundamental aspects of the human being --
7.2. 'Sin' --
7.3. 'Cleanness'/'Uncleanness' --
7.4. Holiness --
7.5. The Wrath of God --
8. Leviticus and Christians --
9. A Fresh approach to Leviticus --
Text and commentary.
Series Title: Apollos Old Testament commentary, 3.
Responsibility: Nobuyoshi Kiuchi.
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In this commentary, Nobuyoshi Kiuchi offers discussion of the theology and symbolism of Leviticus. He argues that its laws present an exceedingly high standard, arising from divine holiness, and the giving of these laws to the Israelites is intended to make them aware of their sinfulness, lead them to hopelessness, and ultimately to destroy their egocentric nature.

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