Chris Juby

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Deuteronomy 14

You may eat animals with cloven hooves that chew the cud. Bring a tithe from your fields to eat before the LORD and for the Levites.

Posted on 21 Jan 2011 to 17,194 followers, with 9 retweets.
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The first part of the chapter is an almost exact repeat of Leviticus 11 (including the list of various owls - sadly not accommodated in my summary).

There seems to be uncertainty among scholars as to whether the second part of the chapter refers to one tithe or to two. I've tried to preserve the ambiguity in the summary.

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