sn The fifth chapter falls into four main parts: separation of the unclean (vv. 1–4), restitution for sin (vv. 5–10), the jealousy ordeal (vv. 11–28), and the summary (vv. 29–31). There is a good deal of literature on the biblical theme of holiness (for which see the notes on Leviticus primarily). But with regard to this chapter, see (with caution), Mary Douglas, Purity and Danger; J. Neusner, The Idea of Purity in Ancient Judaism; and K. Milgrom, “Two Kinds of ḥaṭṭāʾt,” VT 26 (1976): 333–37.