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The Form and Function of a Biblical Blood Ritual

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AbstractThere is a consensus in current research that Levitical law never requires blood to be tossed upon the upper surface of the altar. This conception has reinforced—and has been reinforced by—an understanding that yhwh is never to be offered blood. However, it appears that according to several priestly texts, the blood of many sacrifices, including wellbeing, whole-burnt and reparation offerings, is to be tossed upon the upper surface of the altar.

Affiliations: 1: Princeton Universitynmeshel@princeton.edu

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2013-01-01
2016-12-03

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