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Thoughts on Parts of Leviticus


Partridge and Oakey 1852

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In Thoughts on Parts of Leviticus, B. W. Newton directs his attention to the character traits and attitudes required by Leviticus, namely: devotion, acknowledgement of sin, and the need for grace and redemption. By examining the inherent purposes of the law, Newton connects the law with the ultimate sacrifice.

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Key Features

  • Focuses on instructions given in Leviticus, specifically relating to traits and attitudes
  • Provides verse-by-verse commentary
  • Connects the law with the ultimate sacrifice


  • The Burnt Offering
  • The Meat Offering
  • The Peace-Sacrifice
  • The Sin-Offering
  • The Trespass-Offering
  • Consecration of the Priests
  • Service of the Priests on the Eighth Day
  • Things Clean and Unclean
  • The Leprosy

Product Details

  • Title: Thoughts on Parts of Leviticus
  • Author: B. W. Newton
  • Publisher: Partridge and Oakey
  • Publication Date: 1852
  • Pages: 116

About B. W. Newton

B. W. Newton (1807–1899) was educated at Exeter College, Oxford. Newton was noted for his rejection of the Anglican Church and becoming a non-conformist.

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