By Gary North
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Leviticus centers around the concept of the holiness of God, and how an unholy people can acceptably approach Him and then remain in continued fellowship. The way to God is only through blood sacrifice, and the walk with God is only through 10. , ch. 3. 11. I conclude that the Lutherans’ structuring of the Ten Commandments is incorrect. ” This is a law of inheritance: point five. 12. , ch. 8. 13. Gary North, Inherit the Earth: Biblical Blueprints for Economics (Ft. Worth, Texas: Dominion Press, 1987), ch.
31 Hartley cites a 1989 article by A. Marx, who argued that this sacrifice was required on three formal occasions: the investiture of Levites (Num. 8:1-36); the ordination of Aaron (Lev. 8:1-36; Ex. 29: 1-3’7), and the consecration of the altar (Lev. 8:11, 15; Ex. 29:36-37). The Nazarite had to make a purification offering at the termination of his vow (Num. 32 29. 30. 31. 32. Hartley, Leviticus, p. 38. , p. 55. Idem. , p. 56. Preface liii David’s concern is illustrative: “Who can understand his errors?
Xlvi LEVITICUS: AN ECONOMIC COMMENTARY oaths and incantations (magical power), thereby affirming a boundary surrounding God’s name and implying dominion through ethics rather than magical invocation,l” and the eighth commandment parallels the third, for it is law three in the second list of five. 11 “Thou shalt not steal” is a command regarding legal boundaries. 12 The eighth commandment indicates that the concept of boundaries is basic to economic ethics, the third point of the covenant. 13 Gordon Wenham comments on Leviticus’ place in the Old Testament’s covenant-treaty structure: “(3) The centerpiece of every treaty was the stipulations section.