Date of Award

5-1-1981

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Sacred Theology (STM)

Department

Exegetical Theology

First Advisor

Horace Hummel

Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)

2 Timothy 23: 16; Leviticus 16:2; Leviticus 18:1; Leviticus 22: 18; Leviticus 8:5, 36; Leviticus 9:6; Leviticus 10:7; Leviticus 16:34; Leviticus 24:23; Leviticus 25:21; Leviticus 27:34; Leviticus 16:1; Leviticus 9:6; Leviticus 7:38; Leviticus 25:1; Leviticus 26:46; Leviticus 27:34; Exodus 40:17; Numbers 1:1; Leviticus 15:2; Leviticus 17:1-16; Numbers 5: 5-10; Numbers 5: 11-15; Numbers 5:18; Numbers 6:5; Numbers 29:39; Numbers 30:2-15; Leviticus 16:24; Leviticus 16:27; Leviticus 16:11, 15;

Abstract

My purpose is not to disprove the critic3,1 assumptions, methods, or theories~, but to do a fresh, straightforward, and thorough literary .analysis of the canonical text of Leviticus 17- 26 o I want to investigate the rhetorical and thematic ·structural aspects of the text and consider how these affect the interpretation of its meaning. 7 I want to determine what organization, what structure, what unity and purpose, if any, there are in Leviticus 17-26, and if it is authentic to Leviticus as a whole.

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