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Leviticus Questions Bring on the tough stuff - there’s not just one right answer.
Is Leviticus concerned primarily with individual salvation or creating a community? Does animal sacrifice make any sense in the context of the Bible? What's the connection between the sex laws in Leviticus and its laws on providing for the care of the poor? Does the worldview of Leviticus have any connection to secular science? Do the laws of Leviticus apply to the whole world or only to people in the land of ancient Israel? Should we trust what Leviticus says about other religions? Do the sacrifices in Leviticus have any relevance today? Does the Jubilee provide a workable model for today's global financial system? How could atheists use Leviticus as an argument against God? How could believers refute them? Based on the text alone, what arguments and evidence support the conclusion that Moses wrote Leviticus? What arguments and evidence support alternative theories as to the authorship of Leviticus? If NASA's Curiosity lander were to find proof of animal life on Mars, could it possibly be kosher according the laws in Leviticus chapter 11? Does modern medicine make the personal purity laws obsolete? What's the real reason Leviticus bans mixed fibers? How can a book that requires people to fulfill their vow to commit genocide be truly moral?
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