- "Book of the Levites, Law of the Priests"
- 1405 BC
- Bible Division
- God Instructs Israel on How to Be Holy
- Leviticus is named after the Levites who were the Holy Priests in charge of maintaining the rules given to the Jews that instructed them how to remain holy before a Holy God, and cleanse themselves when they stumbled. The relationship between God and man continues to struggle.
4004 BC2021 AD
1491 BC — 1490 BC
1. Burnt Offerings2. Grain Offerings3. Peace Offerings4. Sin Offerings5. Guilt Offerings6. Regulations for Burnt Grain and Sin Offerings7. Regulations for Guilt and Fellowship Offerings; the Priests' Share8. Aaron and His Sons Consecrated9. Aaron Offers Sacrifices10. The Sin and Death of Nadab and Abihu11. Laws of Clean and Unclean Food12. Purification after Childbirth13. Rules for Skin Diseases Mildew14. Cleansing from Skin Diseases and Mildew15. Cleansing Unhealthy Discharges16. The Day of Atonement17. Blood Designated for Atonement Forbidden as Food18. Laws on Sexual Relations19. Idolatry Forbidden; Various Laws20. Punishments for Sins21. Regulations for Priests22. Rules for Priests and Flawless Sacrifices23. Feasts of Weeks Trumpets Tabernacles; Day of Atonement24. Lamp and Bread; Blasphemer Stoned; Eye for Eye25. The Sabbath Year and Year of Jubilee26. Rewards and Punishments concerning Obedience27. Rules concerning Valuations