Leviticus

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Synonyms for Leviticus

the third book of the Old Testament

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Benjamin A (2013) Recovering holiness and the place of others: Notes on Vayikra 19:34.
See Nechama Leibowitz, Studies in Vayikra (Jerusalem: WZO, 1986), p.
125); Leviticus Rabbah 4:5; Yalkut Shimoni on Leviticus 4:2 (#464); Tanhuma, Vayikra 6.
In explaining the possible transgression of Nadab and Abihu, Vayikra Rabbah 20:8 explains that the sin took place in the Holy of Holies, in front of the Ark.
72), stating, "see what is written in my Zer Zahav, on parsha Vayikra, in the verse 'nor shall you allow the salt of the covenant [of your God] to be lacking'" (Leviticus 1:13).
In preparation for Shavuot and the coming shmittah year, Vayikra culminates by focusing on the intimate relationship between Torah and the Land of Israel.
Hebrew, vayikra', always means: God differentiated.
In Vayikra Rabbah 25:2, Rabbi Eliezer understands these sacrifices as central to Noah's essence and legacy, maintaining that Noah's very name echoes the reah nihoah, the sweet savor his sacrifices gave off to God (Gen 8:21).
Echoes of Eden: Sefer Vayikra, In Search of Holiness by Ari D.
(New York: Sepher-Hermon, 1981), Chapter 10; Midrash Tanhuma [hereafter Tanhumal], Vayikra, 8.
You shall be punished first" (Soncino Zohar, Vayikra, section 3, 37a).