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Treatise

If I can wrap up another shorter paper tonight, tomorrow I will launch my 20 page treatise on Leviticus. Strangely enough, this has been a somewhat interesting research topic for me, although I may feel differently by the time I come crawling on bloody knees into that 20th page, trying desperately to come up with one more inane sentence so I can put this insane thing to bed and peel my bloodshot eyes off the monitor and live some semblance of a normal life.

But regardless of the academic fluffery that will inevitably have to be part of an exercise like this, it is interesting to get a look into a system that is seemingly foreign to our very existence as Christians and yet know that this is a very real part of God's story. To know that at one point in time almost total physical perfection was the golden standard to even being in the presence of the creator is a interesting and difficult concept with which to wrestle.

Anyway, I could write some more but I just realized that I am late to dinner at church. I'll never give up a giant home-cooked meal for only $2.


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