Brad takes us through chapter 19, focusing on the greatest part of the Law, in that we are called to love our God with all our mind, body and spirit, and to love our neighbors as oursleves.
Due to some issues with our soundboard, we don’t have a recorded podcast for this week.
Sorry about that,
Brad takes us through chapters 11 – 16, focusing primarily on purity, and clean vs unclean statuses. What did being unclean mean, and what do we learn about God’s holiness in seeing what He demanded of His people?
Also, what are the implications for us, here are now?
(Production note: Brad’s microphone battery pack cut out twice – so you will notice two brief gaps. Sorry about that!)
Chapters 9 and 10 of Leviticus show us God’s concern with righteousness and justice. His glory makes righteousness a concern. We see our need for a mediator, our need for atonement, and our need for acceptance-all of which come from God. His holiness makes justice a concern. He sets the standard of justice; he claims the right of justice; and he brings about the result of justice.