I’m looking into some bits for research and come across this Bible passage.
It has undergone many changes over the centuries.
I like King James version but I suspect believers have their own take.
All the versions are fascinating and say something of the time they are in.
They are all to do with offering meat or grain to God but ensuring it had salt.
Does God have a savoury snack thing going on?
In my country, UK, we have a very popular saying, “I’ll take that with a pinch of salt.”
It means that what you are being presented with is not worth believing.
Funny, as both that saying and the Bible were made/printed and published in England, UK.
Many people have told me that because I live in England I must be a Christian. No, we lived UNDER Christainity for centuries but now the law and the Church are separate.
Most people in the UK are pagan or atheist. The rest is divided by the many surviving different sects of Christianity and other fashionable religions.
Stone Henge is still our cultural spiritual home. Wood Henge, close by, reminds us of the movement/growth of faiths and how they change.
Most of what people read about UK is propaganda. It’s like the shock I got when I went to Israel. The media lie.
Religion has it’s place but it should be taken for what it is, words written by humans.
Leviticus is saying something with this passage and I believe it’s about not taking it too seriously…
Thanks for reading.
By the way, I was researching, ‘How to Make Bible Cake”, when I found the passage.
Could be a good covid19 challenge for you all – boredom is a good motivator.