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Leviticus, the Book of

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Leviticus, the Book of: The third of the Five Books of Moses, describes the inauguration of the Tabernacle, and contains many of the mitzvot, including the laws of sacrifices.
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Letter No. 149:
This letter is addressed to Rabbi Avraham Eliyahu Axelrod, an active communal Rabbi in Baltimore. B”H, Erev Pesach, 5704 Greetings and blessings, I received your two letters concerning the sacred texts from the estate of [Mr.] Neuhaussen. I immediately no...
"Leviticus deals with the various aspects of holiness. Holiness is found in all of the book’s subjects, in the major principles as well as in the small particulars"
Sefer Vayikra
Sometimes viewed as a collection of arcane laws of animal sacrifices and ritual purity, Leviticus is very much valued in Judaism.
There is a Kabbalistic principle that the beginning is wedged in the end, and the end is wedged in the beginning, so what is the connection between the end of the book of Leviticus and its beginning?
Introduction to the Book of Leviticus
A short introduction to Vayikra, the third book of the Torah, which details the various offerings brought in the Holy Temple.
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