Leviticus

Alrighty, soooo … Leviticus, huh?  I just finished it last weekend.  God had mercy on me and made it shorter than Genesis and Exodus; thank you Lord.  So let’s get right to it.

First off, what is Leviticus about?  Well for the most part, it consists of more of God’s commandments, rules and regulations that he gives to Moses to give to the people of Israel. Exodus ends with the tabernacle being built for God, as requested by God himself.  Then Leviticus starts with God appearing in the tabernacle to Moses, to start giving him

The Tabernacle

more commandments and laws.  Other than this, there is some slight movement forward in the plot, in the form of Aaron and his sons being ordained as priests, and then God kills a couple of them, naturally.  We’ll get to the details of that in a bit.  But for the most part, that sums up Leviticus.  Not too much else happens other than all the commandments.

For Leviticus I will not only split this review into the “Good Stuff” and “Bad Stuff” sections, but this time I’ll also add another section for “General Observations”, because there’s a few other tidbits in here that I find interesting, but they don’t really fall into a “good” or “bad” category. Continue reading