Leviticus is infamous for being a very difficult, and also very weird, book. And yet, for all the weirdness it contains (“Why can’t we eat shellfish?”), it addresses most of the problems that occupy our attention today: immigration, caring for our environment, poverty, violence, relationships with neighbors. This week, as we introduce the book, we see that even though Leviticus sees all those things as problems, it shows us that they are symptoms of a much bigger, much deeper problem. What is that? Join us as we begin our exploration of this amazing book.