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The Law of the Offerings in Leviticus 1–7

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Examining the inherent purpose of the law, and the restitution required upon trespassing against it, Andrew Juke critically examines the text while providing exposition on sacrificial offering. Juke provides practical elucidation of the need for grace under the Law.

Resource Experts
  • Examines the law of offerings in the first seven chapters of Leviticus
  • Collects lectures on the offerings by the author
  • Uses other Scripture references to help illustrate points
  • The Types in General
  • The Burnt Offering
  • The Meat Offering
  • The Peace Offering
  • The Sin Offering
  • The Trespass Offering
  • The Offering as a Whole

Top Highlights

“He is the Burnt Offering, the Meat Offering, the Peace Offering, the Sin Offering, and the Trespass Offering for His people.” (Page 41)

“ God’s work, the more we examine and look into it, will only attract us the more” (Page 1)

“A very obvious one is that man is finite, God infinite; and the finite cannot measure the infinite.” (Page 2)

“portion only pardon? Is He not, as man, God’s heir” (Page 129)

“Hagar, the handmaid and a bond-woman, stands the perfect type of the covenant of law: Sarah, the true wife, and a free woman, the representative of the covenant of grace. The first son, Ishmael, born according to nature, a type of the Jew, who by natural birth came into covenant. The second son, Isaac, born contrary to nature, of parents who were ‘as good as dead,’* a type of the resurrection life of this dispensation, the life from above springing out of death.” (Pages 20–21)

  • Title: The Law of the Offerings in Leviticus 1–7
  • Author: Andrew Juke
  • Publisher: James Nisbet and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1847
  • Pages: 265

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Andrew J. Jukes (1815–1901) was a prolific author and clergyman educated at Trinity College, Cambridge. His other major works include The Law of the Offerings, The Restitution of All Things, Four Views of Christ, and The Differences of the Four Gospels.


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