This article explains what the study of the book of Leviticus would produce in you. It will make you hunger for God's holiness, fear God more, love Jesus deeply, and love your neighbour more.
This article explains the great value in reading through Leviticus with intent.
This article discusses the grain offering or cereal offering, noting its usage. The article then discusses the perspectives that the offering provides on biblical economics and ecology. It is a liturgical expression of the biblical theology of ownership and property. It is also related to human labour, and the author shows several important truths that emerge from this relationship.
This article illustrates how to preach Christ from Leviticus 18:5.
This article discusses how the biblical teaching on homosexuality, from Leviticus 20:13, needs to be read in its historical and covenantal context in order to see that it does not permit violence against homosexuals. The article shows how this intersects with what the Quran teaches on the subject. It also discusses how capital punishment in the church has developed into excommunication.