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8:14 Then he brought near the sin offering bull18 and Aaron and his sons laid their hands on the head of the sin offering bull,
sn See Lev 4:3–12 above for the sin offering of the priests. In this case, however, the blood manipulation is different because Moses, not Aaron (and his sons), is functioning as the priest. On the one hand, Aaron and his sons are, in a sense, treated as if they were commoners so that the blood manipulation took place at the burnt offering altar in the court of the tabernacle (see v. 15 below), not at the incense altar inside the tabernacle tent itself (contrast Lev 4:5–7 and compare 4:30). On the other hand, since it was a sin offering for the priests, therefore, the priests themselves could not eat its flesh (Lev 4:11–12; 6:30 [23 HT]), which was the normal priestly practice for sin offerings of commoners (Lev 6:26, 29).
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