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All kinds of offerings were talked about during this section, which shows that we are back to another boring part. Brace yourselves for Numbers because if Leviticus and Exodus have dry parts, you just know that Numbers will, too. Two doves could be offered as a sin offering if you strangle them to death. Moses was required by God to offer a sacrifice, since he was one of the people in charge and the Jews had committed a lot of sins they needed to make up for. Looking forward to later books such as Judges because those will actually be interesting again.