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Title: Holy year 2000 : biblical origins of the year of jubilee
Authors: Samaha, John M.
Keywords: Bible. Leviticus -- Criticism and interpretation
Issue Date: 1999
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Theology
Citation: Samaha, J. M. (1999). Holy year 2000 : biblical origins of the year of jubilee. Melita Theologica, 50(2), 87-93.
Abstract: The Book of Leviticus is hardly one of the more popular books of the Holy Bible. Its pages of laws are a little numbing to read, and not exactly inspiring for Biblical students and readers. In the Roman Catholic Lectionary's three-year cycle of Sunday readings, selections from Leviticus appear only twice. In the two-year weekday cycle, Leviticus is used just three times.
Appears in Collections:MT - Volume 50, Issue 2 - 1999
MT - Volume 50, Issue 2 - 1999

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