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Leviticus 18 speaks very frankly about sexual matters. In today's Journey Bible Project blog, Greg Taylor tells a funny story but gets serious with prayer for those needing sexual healing.
Leviticus 17 makes a transition to another section often called "The Holiness Code." Find out why holiness is so important in today's Journey Bible Project blog.
In this week's Journey Bible Project reading from Leviticus 16, we come to the most ancient source of much atonement theory that we theologians connect to the redemptive grace of God in Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit. What happened on the Day of Atonement, called "Yom Kippur"?
Oh for crying out loud, do we have to talk about bodily fluids. Why is this stuff in the Bible anyway?! And what does God or the Bible care about bodily fluids? Find out in today's Journey Bible Project on Leviticus 15.
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