A type of Old Testement sacrifice in which the entire item os sacrifice was burned on the altar and the scent rose heavenward.
Reperation for an offense through a voluntary action that compensates for the injustice done.
In ancient times, leader of the Egyptians; often worshipped as a god bby the Egyptian people.
The personal name of the God of Israel, revealed to Moses on Mt. Sinai, meaning "I am who I am."
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Leviticus → Third book of the Bible: named from its contents which deal entirely with the service of God and the religious ceremonies to be performed by the members of the tribe of Levi, both priests and Levites.
Pentateuch → The first five books of the Old Testament: Genisis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.
Passover → In ancient times, leader of the Egyptians; often worshipped as a god bby the Egyptian people.
Israelites → The Jewish people, chosen by God to be his people and named after Israel (Jacob), from whose twelve sons the tribes of Israel descend. God formed Israel into his priestly people in their exodus from the slavery of Egypt, when he made the Old Covenant.