MBS180 The Levitical Offerings and/or the Levitical Sacrifices

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MBS180 The Levitical Offerings and/or the Levitical Sacrifices
By Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

There are five special Levitical offerings and sacrifices outlined in the first seven chapters of the Book of Leviticus. Before studying the individual offerings, it is important to clearly understand the origin and basic purposes of these Levitical sacrifices.

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MBS180 The Levitical Offerings and/or the Levitical Sacrifices
By Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION
A. The Distinction Between Biblical and Pagan Sacrifices
B. The Biblical Meaning of the Old Testament Sacrifices
1. The Basic Foundational Meaning
2. The Derived Meanings
C. The Method of Grouping the Sacrifices
D. The Limitations of the Sacrificial System
E. Two Viewpoints on the Offerings
F. The Typology
I. THE BURNT OFFERING: LEVITICUS 1:3-17
A. The Typology
B. Observations and Ramifications
1. Divisions of Labor
2. General Aspects
3. General Characteristics of the Sacrificial Animal
4. Individual Characteristics of the Sacrificial Animal
5. The Sequence of the Ritual
6. The Burnt Offering in the Old Testament
7. The Burnt Offering in the New Testament
II. THE MEAL OFFERING: LEVITIUS 2:1-16
A. The Basic Content
B. Accompanied by Blood
C. The Presentation
D. The Typology
E. Observations and Ramifications
III. THE PEACE OFFERING: LEVITIUS 3:1-17
A. The Typology
B. Observations and Ramifications
1. Motivations
2. The Ritual
3. The Occasions
4. The Animals
5. The Peace Offering in the Old Testament
6. The Peace Offering in the New Testament
IV. THE SIN OFFERING: LEVITICUS 4:4-5:13
A. The Nature of the Sin
B. The Unique Features
C. The Result
D. The Animals
E. Observations and Ramifications
1. The Purpose
2. The Ritual
3. The Manipulations of the Blood
4. The Typology
V. THE TRESPASS OFFERING: LEVITICUS 5:14-6:7
A. The Emphasis
B. The Typology
C. Observations and Ramifications
1. Required with Acts of Misappropriation
2. Distinctive Features
3. The Main Idea
4. The Lessons
5. The Ritual
6. The Occasions
7. An Apparent Contradiction
8. The Trespass Offering in the New Testament
CONCLUSION