Users at recommend Gordon J. Wenham's "The Book of Leviticus" and John E. Hartley's "Leviticus" as technical commentaries on Leviticus. Both books have received positive customer reviews on More »

The traditional view in Judaism and Christianity is that Moses wrote the Book of Leviticus along with the other four books that comprise the Torah and Old Testament: Genesis, Exodus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. The only exc... More »

Food is kosher when it conforms to Jewish dietary laws as outlined in the Bible books Leviticus and Deuteronomy. The books specify particular foods as well as kosher rules for food preparation and consumption. More »

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