In 1988, Leviticus was written by Warren Guy Browne Sr and illustrated by Dolores Rita Browne with her cut and paste posters. This short story was intended to read into a film, a play, or a children's book. With Warrens' humor the story unfolds.
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Leviticus is the third book of the Old Testament; contains Levitical law and ritual precedents.
The Book of Leviticus is a record of the laws which Israelites believed God handed down to them through Moses. They believed that following all of these laws, exactly and precisely, was necessary to retain God's blessing both for them personally and for their nation as a whole.
They intended for these laws to set them apart from other tribes and peoples. They were God's "Chosen People," and as such followed God's chosen laws.
"Leviticus" means "concerning the Levites." A Levite was a member of the clan of Levi, the group from which one family was selected by God to oversee the administration of all the religious laws. Some of the laws in Leviticus were for the Levites in particular because the laws were instructions on how to conduct the worship of God.