Reading Ritual: Leviticus in Postmodern Culture
This book draws on a variety of disciplines to undertake a unique analysis of Leviticus 1-7. Rather than studying the rituals prescribed in Leviticus as arcane historical/theological texts of little interest to the modern reader, or as examples of primitive rituals that have no parallel in Western society, this book provides many points of contact between animal sacrifice rituals and various parts of post-modern society. Modern rituals such as Monday Night Football, eating fast food, sending sons and daughters off to war, and even the rituals of modern academia are contrasted with the text of.
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Chapter 2 Animal Sacrifice Today
Leviticus 4 and the Church of Monday Night Football
Chapter 4 Ritual Sacrifice in Leviticus Africa and North America
Chapter 5 Blood Sacrifice in the United States
Chapter 6 The Afterlife of Leviticus 17 in the Church
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