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'''The Book of Leviticus''' is the third book in the [[Old Testament]] of the [[Bible]].  It is, essentially, the Mosaic Law, the laws laid down by [[Yahweh]] through [[Moses]].  These include what not to eat, how and when to [[sacrifice]] animals to the [[Lord]], what is clean and unclean, and what kinds of [[sex]]ual activities are worthy of the [[death penalty]].
 
'''The Book of Leviticus''' is the third book in the [[Old Testament]] of the [[Bible]].  It is, essentially, the Mosaic Law, the laws laid down by [[Yahweh]] through [[Moses]].  These include what not to eat, how and when to [[sacrifice]] animals to the [[Lord]], what is clean and unclean, and what kinds of [[sex]]ual activities are worthy of the [[death penalty]].
  
[[Christian]]s and [[Jew]]s claim that [[Moses]] wrote Leviticus though this is unlikely. In the 18th Century [[Thomas Pain]] understood this.  See [[The 1st 5 Books of the Old Testament]].
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[[Christian]]s and [[Jew]]s claim that [[Moses]] wrote Leviticus though this is unlikely.
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==See also==
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* [[Pentateuch]]
  
See also [[Numbers]]
 
 
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The Book of Leviticus is the third book in the Old Testament of the Bible. It is, essentially, the Mosaic Law, the laws laid down by Yahweh through Moses. These include what not to eat, how and when to sacrifice animals to the Lord, what is clean and unclean, and what kinds of sexual activities are worthy of the death penalty.

Christians and Jews claim that Moses wrote Leviticus though this is unlikely.

See also

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