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to teach when something is unclean and when it is clean. 1 This is the law for dealing with infectious disease.” 2
You may eat it in your villages, 1 whether you are ritually impure or clean, 2 just as you would eat a gazelle or an ibex.
as well as 1 to distinguish between the holy and the common, and between the unclean and the clean, 2
“‘Now this is what is unclean to you among the swarming things that swarm on the land: 1 the rat, the mouse, the large lizard of any kind,
And whatever the unclean person touches will be unclean, and the person who touches it will be unclean until evening.’”
to distinguish between the unclean and the clean, between the living creatures that may be eaten and the living creatures that must not be eaten.’”
And the clean person must sprinkle the unclean on the third day and on the seventh day; and on the seventh day he must purify him, 1 and then he must wash his clothes, and bathe in water, and he will be clean in the evening.
Like you eat the gazelle or ibex, so you may eat these; the ritually impure and pure alike may eat them.
Therefore you must distinguish 1 between the clean animal and the unclean, and between the unclean bird and the clean, and you must not make yourselves detestable by means of an animal or bird or anything that creeps on the ground – creatures 2 I have distinguished for you as unclean. 3
On the other hand, you may slaughter and eat meat as you please when the Lord your God blesses you 1 in all your villages. 2 Both the ritually pure and impure may eat it, whether it is a gazelle or an ibex.
Her priests abuse my law and have desecrated my holy things. They do not distinguish between the holy and the profane, 1 or recognize any distinction between the unclean and the clean. They ignore 2 my Sabbaths and I am profaned in their midst.