Tag Archives: Leviticus

The Bible and Abortion, Part 2

At Salon, a post about abortion and the Bible gets a lot—although not everything—right: Given the amount of effort and political capital the religious right puts into trying to restrict abortion, you’d guess that opposition to women’s choice must take … Continue reading

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The Top 4 Most Ridiculous Verses Regarding Marriage and Sex in the Pentateuch

The Pentateuch has proven to not keep with the times when it comes to marriage, sex, and women (among other things). Here are a few of the most ridiculous claims we’ve encountered so far. If you’re brother dies, be prepared … Continue reading

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Better Than Prayer: An Approach to Leviticus (Lev. 1-7)

In current Christian thought, there is, truly, only one method of contact with the divine: prayer. Prayer takes many forms, whether it be whispers before bedtime, or song at a service, or an hour at a convent, or a simple … Continue reading

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