The Book of Leviticus

A Commentary (Koinonia House Commentaries)
Narrated by: Chuck Misler
Length: 15 hrs and 31 mins
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Publisher's Summary

It may come as a surprise to discover that there are a number of biblical experts who regard the book of Leviticus as the most important book of the Bible! The Book of Leviticus cannot be "listened to"; it has to be studied. But fasten your seat belts! It's going to be an exciting and highly privileged excursion!

This study contains 16 hours of verse by verse teachings.

This commentary contains the following studies:

  • Chapter 1 - Introduction: Five Basic Themes. Relevance to Us Today. The Sacrifices.
  • Chapter 1 (cont.): The Burnt Offering. The Five Steps of the Burnt Offering Ritual.
  • Chapters 2-3: The Meal and the Peace Offerings.
  • Chapters 4-5: The Sin and the Trespass (Guilt) Offerings.
  • Chapters 6-7: The Law of the Offerings. The Location of Golgotha.
  • Chapters 8-10: The Priesthood. Clothing and Cleansing the Priests. Nadab and Abihu.
  • Chapters 11-12: Cleanliness and Hygiene. Clean and Unclean Animals. Original Sin Transmitted.
  • Chapters 13-15: Leprosy and Diseases. Sin is the Ultimate Disease. How to Become Clean.
  • Chapter 16: Yom Kippur. the Day of Atonement. Preparation of the Place and People.
  • Chapters 17-20: The Blood. Forbidden Sexual Practices. The Death Penalty.
  • Chapters 21-22: Personal Purity. The Holiness of the Priests. The Holiness of the Offerings.
  • Chapter 23: The Once and Future Calendar. The Seventh Day. The Jewish Feasts.
  • Chapter 24: The Fear of God. Capital Punishment. Cities of Refuge.
  • Chapter 25: Israel in the Land. Sabbath Years and the Year of Jubilee. The Goel.
  • Chapters 26-27: Israel's Magna Carta. Obeying, Submitting, and Trusting God. Blessings for Obedience. Warnings to Israel for Disobedience.
  • Leviticus Review: Ten Basic Lessons from Leviticus. One-Word Summary: Holiness.
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Appreciated this study in Leviticus.

Chuck Misslers study’s through the Bible are all well researched and helpful in gleaning through the Bible. This study in Leviticus was particularly important to me as it has definitely changed my thinking (humbled my thinking, actually) on the importance of Leviticus for us in the church today.

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Fascinating Study of Leviticus Taught Me A lot!

I was anticipating that Leviticus was going to be one of the more challenging Bible books to understand, but not surprisingly, through Dr. Missler’s exceptional biblical expertise, Leviticus was very straightforward and I learned a lot! Most nonbelievers out there will predictably take a book like Leviticus and cherry-pick most aspects of the book and completely take them out of context to justify their false narrative. Yes, they typically do this with most of the Bible, but with Leviticus, with it’s very specific ritual offerings and rules, you need to learn from a master like Chuck to help you REALLY understand the book the way it was intended to be learned. As you'll discover, some of the concepts can be hard to digest, but after listening to this audiobook, you’ll be well-equipped to handle the ignorant arguments that many atheists and agnostics pose, but even more importantly, you’ll grow in your own spiritual knowledge and wisdom. I love how Dr. Missler relentlessly stays true to the Bible and it’s fundamental core beliefs that always respect God and the Holy Spirit. You can be confident with Chuck as your Bible teacher, he will always guide you down the appropriate path of faith that God wants for you. Dr. Missler has phenomenal instincts and discernment which will, in essence, help you steer FAR and clear of all the “progressive” and “post liberalism” arguments and viewpoints that pathetically attempt to rewrite the Bible and it’s authenticity. Chuck doesn't have any of it - and cuts through their nonsense like butter! All you have to do is sit back and relax and let his decades of sound scripture teaching enlighten you and spiritually teach you on your biblical journey! Another awesome analysis by Dr. Missler!! God bless you!

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Amazing as always

Missler is such an excellent commentator and I love that he narrates his own works

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Important book

This is an important book of the Bible because it is the only book directly from God.

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Catholics be careful

There is a lot here that is overly fundamentalist and borderline heretical. Probably best avoided by Catholics.