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  • Or else he accidentally touches some human uncleanness, whatever it may be, and contact with it makes him unclean; so he becomes guilty as soon as he realizes what he has done. (Leviticus 5, 3)

  • If anyone touches anything unclean, whether human or animal, or any crawling creature, and then eats the meat of a peace offering presented to Yahweh, this man shall be cut off from his people. (Leviticus 7, 21)

  • A human being dedicated by anathema cannot be bought back, he must be put to death. (Leviticus 27, 29)

  • Anyone in the open country who touches a person who has been killed, or a person who had died, or human bones or a tomb, becomes unclean for seven days. (Numbers 19, 16)

  • There you will be obliged to serve their gods, gods made by human hands, gods of wood and stone, which do not see or hear, or eat or feel. (Deuteronomy 4, 28)

  • The man shouted, cursing the altar, "O altar, altar, thus says Yahweh: There shall be born to the family of David a son by the name of Josiah. He shall sacrifice on you the priests of the high places who burn incense on you; and human bones shall be burned on you." (1 Kings 13, 2)

  • They have thrown their gods into the fire and destroyed them, for they were not true gods but gods made of wood and stone by human hands. (2 Kings 19, 18)

  • The king had the place for burning human sacrifices in the valley of Ben-hinnom destroyed, so that no one could sacrifice his sons or daughters in the fire according to the ritual of Molech. (2 Kings 23, 10)

  • The king broke in pieces the images of the false gods, cut down the sacred pillars, and filled the places in which these had been with human bones to make them unclean. (2 Kings 23, 14)

  • He slaughtered upon the altars all the priests of the sanctuaries on the hills who were found there, and he burned human bones on the altars. Then he returned to Jerusalem. (2 Kings 23, 20)

  • they spoke of the God of Jerusalem in the same way they talked of the gods of the peoples of the world, the work of human hands. (2 Chronicles 32, 19)

  • You created Adam and you gave him Eve, his wife, as a helper and companion, so that from these two the human race might be born. You said: 'It is not good that man should be alone, let us give him a companion who is like himself.' (Tobit 8, 6)

“Onde há mais sacrifício, há mais generosidade.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina