Drawing upon Greek and Latin classics for comparison, Simon Patrick explores the rituals and obligations of sacrificial redemption found in Leviticus. Providing contextual commentary, semantics, and extensive annotation, the author offers extensive interpretation and studies of the text.
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- Utilizes Greek and Latin classics for comparison
- Explores the ideas of offerings and sacrifice
- Provides verse-by-verse commentary
- Title: A Commentary upon the Third Book of Moses, Called Leviticus
- Author: Simon Patrick
- Publisher: Ri. Chiswell
- Publication Date: 1704
- Pages: 602
About Simon Patrick
Simon Patrick was educated at Boston Grammar School and Queens College, Cambridge. He later became Vicar of Battersea, Surrey and Bishop of Chichester, Canterbury.