L E V I T I C U S
After the law concerning the atonement to be made
for all Israel by the high priest, at the tabernacle, with the
blood of bulls and goats, in this chapter we have two prohibitions
necessary for the preservation of the honour of that atonement. I.
That no sacrifice should be offered by any other than the priests,
nor anywhere but at the door of the tabernacle, and this upon pain
of death, ver. 1-9. II.
That no blood should be eaten, and this under the same penalty,
ver. 10, &c.