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Leviticus: Commentaries on the Pentateuch (Volume #3) Rousas John Rushdoony

Leviticus: Commentaries on the Pentateuch (Volume #3)

Rousas John Rushdoony

Published 2005
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Hardcover
449 pages
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 About the Book 

The book of Leviticus has not been a popular subject of study in the modern church. Much like the book of Proverbs, any emphasis upon the practical applications of Gods law is readily shunned in pursuit of more spiritual studies. Books like Leviticus are considered dull, overbearing, and irrelevant. To be spiritual, in the modern sense of the term, means to live on a higher level where todays Christian is governed more by the impressions of the heart than a carnal commandment.The book of Leviticus contains over ninety references to the word holy. The purpose, therefore, of this third book of the Pentateuch is to demonstrate the legal foundation of holiness in the totality of our lives. In the book of Zechariah, the prophet proclaims a day when there shall be upon the bells of the horses, HOLINESS TO THE LORD (Zech. 14:20). This same inscription is borne upon the garments of the high priest, and pictures for us a day in which every area of life shall be made holy to the Lord. This present study is dedicated to equipping His church for that redemptive mission. (back cover excerpt)