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  • Of every clean animal you must take seven pairs, a male and its female; of the unclean animals you must take one pair, a male and its female (Genesis 7, 2)

  • "or someone touches something unclean, whatever it may be -- the dead body of an unclean animal, wild or tame, or of one of the unclean reptiles -- and without realising it becomes unclean, he becomes answerable for it; (Leviticus 5, 2)

  • "or he touches some human uncleanness, whatever it may be, contact with which makes him unclean; he does not notice it, then, realising it later, he becomes answerable for it; (Leviticus 5, 3)

  • "Meat that has touched anything unclean cannot be eaten; it must be burnt. "Anyone clean may eat the meat, (Leviticus 7, 19)

  • but anyone unclean who eats the meat of a communion sacrifice offered to Yahweh will be outlawed from his people. (Leviticus 7, 20)

  • Furthermore, if anyone touches anything unclean, human or animal, or any foul thing, and then eats the meat of a communion sacrifice offered to Yahweh, that individual will be outlawed from his people." ' (Leviticus 7, 21)

  • And so shall it be also when you separate the sacred from the profane, the unclean from the clean, (Leviticus 10, 10)

  • The following, which either chew the cud or have a cloven hoof, are the ones that you may not eat: you will regard the camel as unclean, because though it is ruminant, it does not have a cloven hoof; (Leviticus 11, 4)

  • you will regard the coney as unclean, because though it is ruminant, it does not have a cloven hoof; (Leviticus 11, 5)

  • you will regard the hare as unclean, because though it is ruminant, it does not have a cloven hoof; (Leviticus 11, 6)

  • you will regard the pig as unclean, because though it has a cloven hoof, divided into two parts, it is not a ruminant. (Leviticus 11, 7)

  • You will not eat the meat of these or touch their dead bodies; you will regard them as unclean. (Leviticus 11, 8)


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