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Anderson, Gary A. 'Through those who are near to me, I will show Myself holy': Nadab and Abihu and apophatic theology.  The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 77 no 1 Jan 2015, p 1-19.

Barrick, William D.  Inter-covenantal truth and relevance: Leviticus 26 and the biblical covenants.  The Master's Seminary Journal, 21 no 1 Spr 2010, p 81-102.

Barrick, William D.  Penal substitution in the Old Testament.  The Master's Seminary Journal, 20 no 2 Fall 2009, p 149-169.

Barrick, William D.  The eschatological significance of Leviticus 26.  The Master's Seminary Journal, 16 no 1 Spr 2005, p 95-126

Beal, Timothy Kandler. Sifting For Cinders: Strange Fires in Leviticus 10:1-5.  Semeia, 69 - 70 1995, p 19-32.

Bibb, Bryan D. Nadab and Abihu attempt to fill a gap: law and narrative in Leviticus 10.1-7.  Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, 26 no 2 Dec 2001, p 83-99.

Briley, Terry.  The Old Testament 'sin offering' and Christ's atonement.  Stone-Campbell Journal, 3 no 1 Spr 2000, p 89-101.

Carmichael, Calum M. The Origin of the Scapegoat Ritual.  Vetus testamentum, 50 no 2 2000, p 167-182.

Cheyne, Thomas Kelly. The Date and Origin of the Ritual of the 'Scapegoat'.  Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, 15 1895, p 153-156.

Cohen, Jeffrey M. Acharei mot and the strange fire.  Jewish Bible Quarterly, 34 no 1 Jan - Mar 2006, p 51-54.

Davies, Douglas.  Interpretation of sacrifice in Leviticus.  Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, 89 no 3 1977, p 387-399.

Douglas, Mary.  The Eucharist: Its Continuity with the Bread Sacrifice of Leviticus.  Modern Theology, 15 no 2 Apr 1999, p 209-224.

Eberhart, Christian.  A neglected feature of sacrifice in the Hebrew Bible: remarks on the burning rite on the altar.  Harvard Theological Review, 97 no 4 Oct 2004, p 485-493.

Edelman, Diana.  The meaning of qiţţēr.  Vetus testamentum, 35 no 4 Oct 1985, p 395-404.

Feinberg, Charles Lee. The scapegoat of Leviticus sixteen.  Bibliotheca sacra, 115 no 460 Oct 1958, p 320-333.

Gilchrest, Eric J. For the wages of sin is... banishment: an unexplored substitutionary motif in Leviticus 16 and the ritual of the scapegoat.  The Evangelical Quarterly, 85 no 1 Jan 2013, p 36-51.

Grabbe, Lester L. The scapegoat tradition: a study in early Jewish interpretation.  Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic and Roman Period, 18 no 2 Dec 1987, p 152-167.

Greenberg, Martin A. The True Sin of Nadab and Abihu.  Jewish Bible Quarterly, 26 no 4 Oct - Dec 1998, p 263-267.

Greenstein, Edward.  Deconstruction and Biblical Narrative.  Prooftexts, 9 1989, p 43-71.

Gruenwald, Ithamar.  Sacrifices in biblical literature and ritual theory.  The Review of Rabbinic Judaism, 4 no 1 2001, p 1-44.

Hayes, John Haralson.  Atonement in the Book of Leviticus.  Interpretation, 52 no 1 Jan 1998, p 5-15.

Houston, Walter J. Tragedy in the courts of the lord: a socio-literary reading of the death of Nadab and Abihu.  Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, 25 no 90 Sep 2000, p 31-39.

Janowitz, Naomi. Inventing the scapegoat: theories of sacrifice and ritual.  Journal of Ritual Studies, 25 no 1 2011, p 15-24.

Kiuchi, Nobuyoshi.  Spirituality in Offering a Peace Offering.  Tyndale Bulletin, 50 no 1 1999, p 23-31.

Laughlin, John C H. The 'strange fire' of Nadab and Abihu.  Journal of Biblical Literature, 95 no 4 Dec 1976, p 559-565.

Malul, Meir. Leviticus 16:21: a marginal person.  Journal of Biblical Literature, 128 no 3 Fall 2009, p 437-442.

Meshel, Naphtali.  The form and function of a biblical blood ritual. Vetus testamentum, 63 no 2 2013, p 276-289.

Milgrom, Jacob.  Sin-offering or purification-offering.  Vetus testamentum, 21 no 2 Apr 1971, p 237-239.

Milgrom, Jacob.  The Anchor Bible: Leviticus 1-16: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary (New York, NY: Doubleday, 1991) p. 596.

Peters, Ted. Atonement and the final scapegoat.  Perspectives in Religious Studies, 19 no 2 Sum 1992, p 151-181.

Peterson, David.  'Atonement in the Old Testament', in Where Wrath and Mercy Meet: Proclaiming the Atonement Today.  Waynesboro, Ga.: Paternoster Press, 2001, p. 1-25.

Romerowski, Sylvain.  Old Testament sacrifices and reconciliation.  European Journal of Theology, 16 no 1 2007, p 13-24.

Saydon, Paul P.  Sin-offering and trespass-offering.  The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 8 no 4 Oct 1946, p 393-398.

Segal, Peretz. The divine verdict of Leviticus 10:3.  Vetus testamentum, 39 no 1 Jan 1989, p 91-95.

Shrum, Kevin.  Exodus, Leviticus.  Explore the Bible Leader Guide.  Nashville, TN: Lifeway Christian Resources.  Fall 2017.  p. 104.

Snaith, Norman Henry.  Sin-offering and the guilt-offering.  Vetus testamentum, 15 no 1 Jan 1965, p 73-80.

Volgger, David.  The day of Atonement according to the Temple Scroll.  Biblica, 87 no 2 2006, p 251-260.

Watts, James W.  ʻōlāh: the rhetoric of burnt offerings.  Vetus testamentum, 56 no 1 2006, p 125-137.

Westbrook, Raymond; Lewis, Theodore J. Who led the scapegoat in Leviticus 16:21?.  Journal of Biblical Literature, 127 no 3 Fall 2008, p 417-422.

Wolak, Arthur J. Alcohol and the fate of Nadab and Abihu: a biblical cautionary tale against inebriation.  Jewish Bible Quarterly, 41 no 4 Oct - Dec 2013, p 219-226.

Zatelli, Ida. The Origin of the Biblical Scapegoat Ritual: The Evidence of the Two Eblaite Texts.  Vetus testamentum, 48 no 2 Apr 1998, p 254-263.