Leviticus 7:1 Commentary - The Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges
(5) The Guilt-Offering. Priestly portions of other offerings (Lev 7:1-10)
The similarity between the Guilt-Offering and the Sin-Offering is very close (see Lev 7:7). Both are ‘most holy’ and to be killed in the same place (Lev 6:25, cp. Lev 7:1-2). The parts to be burned on the altar are the same (Lev 3:4; Lev 3:9-11, Lev 4:31; Lev 4:35, cp. Lev 7:3-5), but note that the word ‘food,’ Heb. léhem, of Lev 3:11; Lev 3:16 is not applied to the Guilt-Offering, and the remainder is to be eaten in the same manner (Lev 6:26; Lev 6:29, cp. Lev 7:6-7).
See the analysis of this portion in Appendix I ( a) where are given reasons for concluding that this group of laws is not by the same hand as the first, and that they have been collected by one who may or may not be identical with the compiler of P, in order to supplement Lev 1:1 to Lev 6:7. In the main they are concerned with priestly duties and dues.
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