Leviticus 1 – Worship in the Old Testament
Posted: 25 May 2010 in Leviticus
The sacrificial system set out in Leviticus could be understood as a crude attempt to buy off a wrathful God. However, there is a more charitable way of understanding it, and that is as an attempt to honour God by gifting something to him. 

In a sense, the fact that worship in ancient Israel cost the individual something, could be viewed as an indication of theological seriousness.

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