Leviticus, the third book of the Old Testament (the Jewish Torah) reads like an instruction manual, laying out behavioral norms on morality, organized worship, and how Israel, God’s Kingdom, should run its government and military. The main theme throughout this book is holiness. Mike Slater, a pastor, and a rabbi explore how the theological themes addressed in Leviticus can be interpreted and applied to today and our current struggle for objective truth, morality, freedom of religion, and freedom from an increasingly tyrannical government.