Naked Bible 83: Leviticus 23-25
Published January 17, 2016
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    This episode discusses items in three chapters of Leviticus including how Leviticus 23 conceptualizes the Sabbath, how its description of Israelite feasts and festivals diverges with other passages in the Torah, the imagery of the “shewbread” (“bread of the Presence”), the principle of lex talionis, and the concept of jubilee in Leviticus 25 and other sources, such as the New Testament and the Dead Sea Scrolls. paper referenced: Wacholder Chronomessianism The Timing of Messianic Movements and Calendar of Sabbatical Cycles
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