Although largely unread by modern readers, Bonar points out in this commentary that Leviticus contains more of the very words of God than any other book. This commentary evolved from notes that had been written for the author's own use. It is marked by a simple style that looks at much of the typology found in Leviticus. Largely, it examines that typology with the use of the book of Hebrews, with many references to other books as well. This is a commentary that will make a good addition to any Bible student's library.
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