Connecting sacrificial atonement in Leviticus with the sacrifice of Christ, W. M. Rodwell offers critical studies that express the importance of redemptive sacrifice. Drawing upon the Masoretic text, the Septuagint, the Vulgate, the Syriac Version, and Targums, Rodwell covers semantics, symbolism, conventional meaning, and faith of individuals.
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- Examines the mosaic sacrifices in the first eight chapters of Leviticus
- Utilizes the text of a variety of different sources
- Title: The Mosaic Sacrifices in Leviticus 1–8
- Author: W. M. Rodwell
- Publisher: Griffith, Farran, Okeden, and Welsh
- Publication Date: 1889
- Pages: 116
About W. M. Rodwell
W. M. Rodwell was educated at Didsbury College before becoming chairman of Kent District.