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54. Those Requiring Atonement - Mechusarei Kapparah

A man or woman who is purified from a running issue, a woman who is purified from having given birth, and a purified leper cannot eat sacred things or enter the Temple until they have brought sacrifices. The sacrifice for a running issue is two birds as a sin-offering and a burnt-offering.1 That for childbirth is a sheep burnt-offering and a bird sin-offering; but if she cannot afford it, birds for both.2 The leper's sacrifice is three sheep as a guilt-offering, sin-offering and burnt-offering; but if he cannot afford it, the last two can be birds.3,a

Sources:

1. Lev. 15:14-15,29-30 a. 1:1,3
2. Lev. 12:6-8
3. Lev. 14:1-32



 

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