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Boundaries and Dominion: An Economic Commentary on Leviticus, Volume 1

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by North Gary North

    • Author

      North Gary North

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      Paperback

    • Publisher

      Independently Published

    • Published

      March 2021

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    Boundaries and Dominion: An Economic Commentary on Leviticus, Volume 1

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    Leviticus covers the details of the priestly law.

    Leviticus is about legal boundaries; it's the No Trespassing book in the Bible.

    In this book, you will learn of four kinds of law:

    Land Laws
    Seed Laws
    Priestly Laws
    Cross-Boundary Laws

    Only the fourth category is binding on gentiles in the New Testament era. These are the Jonah laws laws that applied outside the boundaries of Israel.

    The book of Leviticus is divided into five sections, and these five sections parallel the five points of the biblical covenant model: God, Hierarchy, Law, Sanctions, and Inheritance. These categories, in Leviticus, are Sacrifices, Cleansing, Separation, Covenantal Acts, and Inheritance.

    There were five sacrifices, and they also paralleled the biblical covenant model: Whole Burnt Offering (God's), Grain Offering (Priestly), Peace Offering (Boundaries), Purification Offering (Sanctions-Avoiding), and Guilt Offering (Preservation).

    Chapter 6 deals with one of the greatest errors in anthropology and sociology: the sacred/profane dualism. The biblical distinctions are common, sacred, and profane. The Bible does not teach that anything that is not sacred is therefore profane. Hardly anything is profane, few things are sacred, and most things are common; but to be common is not to be profane except in a single instance: violating a sacred boundary. That alone is profanity.

    The longest law in the Bible was the law of cleansing: quarantine (Chapters 13, 14).


    This series, An Economic Commentary on the Bible, is published by Reconstructionist Radio, a producer and provider of Reformed (Postmillennial, Presuppositional, Covenantal, Calvinist, and Theonomic) Christian Reconstructionist podcasts, audiobooks, lectures, sermons, music, and other media. Content is made available from authors such as Gary North (Institute for Christian Economics, Point Five Press), David Chilton, R.J. Rushdoony (Chalcedon Foundation), Joel McDurmon, Phil Kayser (Biblical Blueprints), Greg Bahnsen (Covenant Media Foundation), Stephen Perks (Kuyper Foundation), Bojidar Marinov (Christendom Restored, Bulgarian Reformation), and many more.

    Specification

    • Author

      North Gary North

    • Book Format

      Paperback

    • Publisher

      Independently Published

    • Published

      March 2021

    • Weight

      468g

    • Dimensions

      152 x 230 x 19 mm

    • ISBN

      9798722992703

    • ISBN-10

      8722992707

    • Eden Code

      5557360

    More Information

    • Author/Creator: North Gary North

    • ISBN: 9798722992703

    • Publisher: Independently Published

    • Release Date: March 2021

    • Weight: 468g

    • Dimensions: 152 x 230 x 19 mm

    • Eden Code: 5557360


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