Typology of Leviticus

The Burnt Offering

Leviticus 1:1-17

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson begins his series on the typology of the divine nature as set forth in the Book of Leviticus. In this first lesson, Dr. Johnson expounds the meaning of the burnt offering to the Lord.

The Meal Offering

Leviticus 2:1-16

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the meaning of the meal offering God required of the Israelites and its significance for the modern Christian.

The Peace Offering

Leviticus 3:1-17

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on the Hebrew Peace Offering and what it symbolized within the Levitical economy.

The Sin Offering

Leviticus 4:1-35

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the sin offering commanded to be observed by the Israelites. Dr. Johnson explains the relationship of the offering to the nature of a believer's sin, whether willful or not.

The Trespass Offering

Leviticus 5:14 - 6:7

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expalins the role and significance of the Tresspass Offering and the treatment of reparations under Levitical law.

Aaron and Christ, or the Typology of the Priesthood

Leviticus 8:1-36

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson provides a detailed and informative comparison of the Levitical priesthood and how it was designed to reflect the role of Christ in connecting his believers to God.

The Strange Fire of Nadab and Abihu

Leviticus 10:1-11

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the death of Aaron's sons during their improper execution of the Tabernacle ritual.

The Law of the Leper’s Cleansing

Leviticus 13:45 & 48

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives exposition on the commands given to Moses regarding the disease of leprosy and how its treatment by God's people is symbolic of Christ's forgiveness and healing of sin.

The Day of Atonement – I

Leviticus 16:1-15

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives exposition on the Day of Atonement with an emphasis on the personal preparation of the High Priest for the Yom Kippur rituals.

The Day of Atonement – II

Leviticus 16:20-23

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his teaching on the Day of Atonement with practical lessons for modern followers of Christ.

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