Discoursing on “the clearest book of Jewish Gospel,” Andrew A. Bonar engages the reader with the significance of ceremonial atonement and grace. Bonar provides detailed analysis of symbolic connections: such as the resemblance of certain rites to communion.
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Mr. Bonar’s commentary on Leviticus is full of devout thought, and discovers a high appreciation of the distinguishing peculiarities of the Gospel.
—The Churchman’s Monthly Review
He expounds each verse in course, and presents practical considerations of great importance. We commend the volume to clergymen and families as exceedingly valuable. Bonar employs similitudes and allegories to expound on the principles held in Leviticus.
—The Baptist Memorial and Monthly Record
Andrew A. Bonar (1810–1892) was educated at the University of Edinburgh and was ordained into the Church of Scotland. Bonar published many works including Christ and His Church in the Book of Psalms, Memoir and Remains of Rev. Robert Murray McCheyne, and Commentary on Leviticus.