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The word here rendered "life" in the Authorised Version occurs twice more in this very verse, and is in both instances properly translated soul. Though it is immaterial whether the word in question is translated life or soul, it is essential that it should be rendered uniformly throughout the passage.
By translating it differently in the first clause, the Authorised Version has unnecessarily increased the difficulty of the verse. This clause assigns the reason why blood must Writings of leviticus be eaten.
It is the principle of vitality, it constitutes the soul of animal life. Hence blood and life are used interchangeably in the Scriptures. Thus, when the Psalmist exclaims, "what profit is there in my blood" Psalm I have given it to you upon the altar.
It is however better to translate this clause, For I have ordained it upon the altar to make atonement for your souls. For it is the blood that maketh an atonement for the soul.
Thus the life of the sacrifice atones for the life of the offerer. Hence the remark of the Apostle, "without shedding of blood there is no remission" Hebrews 9: The animal life or soul, the life and soul of every creature, and even the animal life and soul of man; agreeably to which our famous Dr.
Harvey, who found out the circulation of the blood, says of it, that it is the principal part which first appears in generation; is the genital part, the fountain of life the first that lives, and the last that dies; the primary seat of the soul or life, from whence motion and pulsation take their rise; in which the innate heat is produced the vital spirit is generated and the life consists i ; and therefore it is spread all over the body, and according to the condition that it is in, such is the health and such the diseases of the body; yea, the affections of the mind, such as fear, shame, joy, and anger are discovered by it.
Hence Antoninus the emperor, more than once, calls the soul a vapour or exhalation arising out of the blood k ; and the sentiments of various Jewish writers agree herewith: Ben Gersom seems to intimate, as if it was only the blood of those that was forbidden: And indeed, as before observed the law concerning it was never binding upon Gentiles, only on Jews and proselytes.
Jamieson-Fausset-Brown Bible Commentary Matthew Henry Commentary They must eat no blood. But this law was ceremonial, and is now no longer in force; the coming of the substance does away the shadow. The blood is now allowed for the nourishment of our bodies; it is no longer appointed to make an atonement for the soul.
Now the blood of Christ makes atonement really and effectually; to that, therefore, we must have regard, and not consider it as a common thing, or treat it with indifference.Introduction Leviticus used to be the first book that Jewish children studied in the synagogue.
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